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Episode 26: Sick Again

In which I get sick again after only a month back at school…


conundrum roll, please

Life is all about choices. Where you live. What you do. Whom you love. What you have for lunch. In today’s post, I look at a list of life’s less-than-critical choices and weigh in with my calls. 156 more words

Coloring Outside The Lines

Baselines Without Levels

One of the challenges facing our school at the moment due to assessment without levels is our baselining procedure. Our pupils can come to us at any point from year 3 to year 9 (it’s rare that we take new pupils in KS4), with varying experiences of education. 1,654 more words


4 EdTech Tips and Tools to Revamp Multiple Choice Assessments

Check out my latest post on the Imagine Easy blog where I write about using educational technology to improve multiple choice testing for students. Please enjoy  24 more words


Modified Rhyme Test

The Modified Rhyme Test is considered a word recognition or speech discrimination test. It consists of a series of four fifty word lists in quiet and in noise. 119 more words


Arguments in Academia II

Body: You’ve got 3 choices. A: pass out, B: throw up, C: scream.

Emotions: (helpfully) We could try D, cry!

Mind: NO NO NO. Choice E, none of the above! 9 more words


HSC Revision - Multiple Choice Questions

So for the end of Year 12 Economics I’ve been issuing a nightly booklet of multiple choice questions.  My students are meant to enter their answers in a Google Form that then grades and emails the results. 51 more words