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Responsive Learning & Google Forms

Before I explain the more technical aspects of creating a responsive Google form, its important to understand why one would want to do this.

By asking the right questions of students, we get more meaningful feedback and can adjust our teaching to ensure it is relevant.  264 more words

Technologies & Systems

Scaffolding talk for learning

#15MinForum – 9/2/16

This week’s 15 Minute Forum, delivered by Emily Johnson (our Teacher i/c KS3 English), focussed on a lovely little strategy for scaffolding discussion. 903 more words


Twilight INSET 15/9/15

Challoner 10: Quick Wins and Top Tips!

After a quick numeracy starter and overview of the whole-school numeracy initiatives for the coming year (thanks to… 179 more words


Idea 179: Lollipop Random Selector (and Variations) Used for Effective Classroom Questioning

Lots of teachers make a set of lollipop sticks with one pupil’s name on each, to be used for random selection. This is great when you are doing whole-class teaching as first of all you stop pupils complaining that you aren’t choosing them and that ‘it’s not fair!’. 824 more words