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Constructions game

I hate teaching constructions. It’s so fiddly. Here’s a little game to make it a little nicer.

A little exploration of trying to make shapes using only lines and circles. It’s fun.

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Awesome Teacher Education Site

ASCD is a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching, and leading. Comprising 125,000 members—superintendents, principals, teachers, and advocates from more than 138 countries—the ASCD community also includes 54 affiliate organizations. 80 more words


Rio 2016 Maths

An attempt to follow in someone else’s footsteps.


A PDF/worksheet thing about the Rio Olympics. Eight pages covering a range of maths content.

Kind of pointless as we won’t be at school whilst the Rio Olympics are on. 48 more words

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Tips for managing young learners

We set up a ‘Quality Circle’ here at the British Council Bangkok last term. Ours is basically like a reflective practice group set up for teachers, by teachers. 993 more words

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Poetry Analysis Interactive

“Behind the sensational success of “Hamilton” are some of the most densely packed, complex rhyming lyrics in the history of musicals. How exactly do they work?” 59 more words

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Chalking, P Levels

I love chalk. It’s really useful.

For instance, I have a nurture group. They are currently practising their times tables, but can find it really boring. 286 more words

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Confusing Graphs and Charts

This could be a useful resource for a lesson on creating/displaying data. The “How Salaries Stack Up” chart is not a very clear bar graph. It’s attempting to display quite a bit of different data and the bars are not proportional. 46 more words

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