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Badge Boards: Allowing More Time for what Matters Most

As a teacher, my biggest wish is more time.

More time to meet with students one on one. More time to fine tune lessons to specific students’ needs. 853 more words

Teaching design thinking in Cambodia

Throughout my study experience in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) in the last 4 years, I have led a small number of design-thinking workshops under the Student Innovation for Global Health Technology (SIGHT) program. 1,417 more words

Personal Business

Tip 13: Tame the evils of your classroom displays.

Classroom displays promise so much but deliver so little. They take hours to make and steal the attention of your pupils. Put the promise back into your displays by simplifying and reducing them to the bare necessities. 813 more words


Alternative learning spaces

There are many initiatives for learning methods and subjects but a usually overlooked aspect is the suitability of the space inhibiting them and even the contribution of its design to the success of their implementation. 160 more words


Flexible Classroom Seating in Middle School: How I Started the Switch

Why Flexible Classroom Seating?

Boy, do my students just love to fidget. This year, I have an especially squirrely bunch. It’s been pretty distracting. Even more so now that the end of the year is near. 899 more words

Tip #6: Sit in every seat to experience a pupil’s-eye view of your classroom.

‘You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.’ Atticus Finch, To Kill a Mockingbird.

How often do we really consider what it’s like for our pupils to sit in our classrooms?

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Classroom Management

Classroom Design and 1:1 - How Do You Make It Work?

My district is a rare gem; it is incredibly invested and personable, and it tries as much as possible to give us every opportunity to innovate. 545 more words