Yet again another idea that I spotted on Twitter. I have just printed off several images related to the separate and silent system and put them inside plastic wallets ready to be annotated by my Year 10s tomorrow. I love these because when used with dry erase markers the students can quickly add and erase … Continue reading Annotating Sources
One of my pet hates when I am marking a student's work is if they have written an incredibly brief answer to the question/task set. Whilst I love using WWW and EBI along with student response to marking to make sure that they are getting the most out of my feedback, sometimes there isn't the … Continue reading Speeding Violations in History
Getting lots of inspiration from the educators of Twitter this week. Spotted a Connect 4 concept by @flippinghistory and felt a sudden wave of excitement for my year 8s! They will be treated to this masterpiece after half term!
As I begin my journey into the turbulent and exciting, fascinating and terrifying world of teaching, I am learning and engaging with a hundred new things every day. One of the most prominent things that has stood out to me over the past few week is the concept of a ‘Growth Mindset’. Dr Carol Dweck … Continue reading Growth Mindset