On Friday 27th January 2017, we attended the BETT Show in London and Liam presented at the TeachMeet that followed.
He presented about how his classroom practice has developed since writing 'Shoes Off If You Love To Learn' during the autumn term.
Image Credit: @pamelaaobrien
Do you keep your shoes on in your own house? Do you always work on a chair at a desk? Where would you choose to sit and read? Does how comfortable you are affect your ability to learn?
There a times when children need to be sat at a desk. But, how's about offering them a little more freedom about how and where they work? And, do they need shoes on in class if they're more comfortable without them on?
@ThisIsLiamM Make sure you are comfortable when learning. Remember this discussion with @stephenheppell too #tmbett17 pic.twitter.com/qeIgFrHtOl— Tony Sheppard (@grumbledook) January 27, 2017
My good friend @ThisIsLiamM presenting at #tmbett17 . . . 'Are They Sitting Comfortably' Wonderful presentation as always Liam. Hear hear! pic.twitter.com/ddzoAppdL6— Animate 2 Educate (@Animate2Educate) January 27, 2017