Before I launch into blogging myself, here’s a useful post by Allan Johnson on making use of the pedagogical model called Bloom’s Taxonomy to articulate to students how they can make better use of secondary source material. I’ve spent quite a lot of time this year reading pedagogical material, and I will probably blog on some of my thoughts about it at some point anon. This blog post is a good example of how educational theory, often dismissed by teachers in higher education as jargon that attempts to teach grandmothers how to suck eggs, can be utilised effectively in a classroom situation.