Thank you everyone for following the Teach-Off so closely in the last month.
It has been a truly intense experience for me, and I’m sure for Varinder too.
While the results are still being compiled, here are some of the blogposts that have emerged as a result of, are connected to, or simply mentions the Teach-Off.
The first to appear was Naomi Epstein’s blogpost ‘Pondering the Dogme Teach-Off’.
Following that, Shelly Terrell observed my Dogme Day 2 lesson where I spent some time getting to know the students and getting them acquainted with each other, and videoed a section of the lesson and posted it as part of her 30 Goals – Share an Activity.
Phil Wade then posted this post ‘Perfect Students?’, when the coursebook part of the Teach-Off started.
Shortly after, Phil posted ‘My last response to Dogme criticism‘.
Phil Wade also created a whole series of conversations parodying the Dogme class that had me rolling on the floor laughing out loud.
Here are some that paralleled the day-to-day proceedings of the Teach-Off.
On The Teach-Off – The Twist Part 1 where I go in with a coursebook: Materials Addiction
On The Teach-Off – The Twist Part 2 where Varinder goes in doing Dogme: Going Dogme
On the overall Teach-Off :
The Terminator (apparently, that’s me…not a good look…)
More on the overall Teach-Off (This is one of my personal favourites!): The morning after the night before
and then The Dogme Avengers (who sound suspiciously like they are in IH London)
Oh and not to forget this classic about the Coursebooks Anonymous.
Another post the Teach-Off inspired was David Warr’s Dogme and Game Theory…
And from the other camp (there’s always one, eh?), there was Hugh Dellar who posted ‘Dissing Dogme‘.
If there are any more that you know of or have written that I have missed here, please let me know. I’d be happy to include it!