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Expert Groups and Comic Strips: Beowulf Activities

In the post “First Week Accomplished”, I briefly touched on using expert groups and storyboards/comics to teach the first two days of Beowulf’s plot.  There are infinite ways to do these activities, and I just wanted to share what worked for me!   610 more words


Parts of the Cell: Using the Jigsaw Method to learn about Organelles

This is an updated version on how to use the ‘Jigsaw Method’ for students to learn about cell organelles that includes a tech component –  each expert group will create Power Point slides for their assigned organelles.  468 more words



For MYP 5 Language and literature

This week our work focuses on synthesizing the understanding of the concepts in our unit. Your groups are responsible for making connections between the novel and the specific texts you are using to investigate the topics in the jigsaw. 6 more words

Approach To Learning

Expert Groups

I don’t want to make this an e-learning blog, so I thought that I’d write about a technique that I first met during the KS3 initiative (20th century), and how I find it helps students reach the four C’s (critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity) that are described as aims for 21st century education. 301 more words

All Fractions Topics in 1

Adding / subtracting, multiplying / dividing, simplifying, converting between improper and mixed – all in one lesson.

Split your class into 4 groups (you can do more and double up). 72 more words

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RECRUITING NOW: Patient and Public Voice representatives for members of National Patient Safety Committees

Closing date for this opportunity: 2nd December 2013

The Patient Safety team in NHS England are currently recruiting a number of Patient and Public Voice (PPV) representatives to sit on six Patient Safety Expert Groups and on the national Patient Safety Steering Group. 508 more words


Expertise This: ADMA Experts’ Get-Together

What are ADMA Experts Groups and why should the marketing community care about their findings? Maybe because they are Australia’s brightest minds and maybe because one day you’ll be one of them. 503 more words