May 2011 Archives
Date: 31st May 2011
Taking just a few minutes to ask yourself the following questions – and answer honestly – will help you to start the new half term focussed.
Date: 27th May 2011
Twitter is a fantastic resource for teachers and even just in its every day form can be a brilliant way to exchange ideas – but one time when it really comes into its own is during chat sessions such as #UKEdChat where hundreds of tweeters converge to share ideas on a common topic for an […]
Date: 26th May 2011
Encouraging your pupils to collaborate and work as a group can be an excellent way to enhance their learning, keep them motivated and develop skills which are applicable far beyond the context of school. When well-prepared and effectively managed, group work can be very fulfilling for both teacher and learner. I’ve put together a list […]
Date: 25th May 2011
Save the Children are currently running a very ambitious campaign to raise awareness of the number of children dying each year from preventable diseases. 1 in 5 children miss out worldwide miss out on the vaccines that we take for granted here in the UK. On June 13 the UK is hosting a half […]
Date: 24th May 2011
There is a large body of research asserting that emotional intelligence is critical to children’s academic and life success. This post outlines some practical ideas for developing emotional intelligence in your classroom
Date: 23rd May 2011
Dr Bill Rogers shares 10 key ideas for managing behaviour in the classroom
Date: 20th May 2011
Class blogging is becoming ever more popular as a fantastic way of encouraging young people to write with a purpose, for a real audience and receive genuine feedback. At its best it’s assessment for learning in action. So what’s not to love? Well, although it’s really simple to set up your class blog, sometimes […]
Date: 19th May 2011
Revision is vital if your students are going to maximise their performance. Here are a few ideas to help them on their way.
Date: 18th May 2011
Private schools are fighting for the right to remain charities and continue to claim £100m per year in tax relief. Do you think they should win?
Date: 17th May 2011
13-year-old Emily used her own experiences of bullying to set up an anti-bullying campaign. This post is all about the campaign and what she has learnt, in her own words.
Date: 16th May 2011
e-learning has the potential to be such a great tool, but are we investing the necessary time, effort and energy to make it as good as it could be?
Date: 13th May 2011
Independent learning is a great way of developing lifelong learners – but what role does the teacher have to play? I’ve looked at the crucial role of teacher as facilitator, mentor, coach and guide.
Date: 12th May 2011
Philip Black, Head Teacher at Bell Baxter High School in Fife might just go down in history as the coolest head teacher in the world after leading a flashmob dance in his school’s canteen and becoming an overnight web sensation. Many of you will have already seen the footage but I just had to share […]
Date: 10th May 2011
UK Ed Chat is widely received as a fantastic form or CPD – I’m a big fan – but it does have some downfalls and I thought it was time to discuss them…
Date: 9th May 2011
We all have a personal learning network or PLN. Even if we’ve not reached the dizzy heights of Twitter and the like our PLN is all around us every day. It’s the people that we work with and exchange ideas with. Traditionally our PLN wouldn’t have reached very far beyond the staffroom, but these days […]
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