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[by Celia Bone] Yes, of course I invite students to generate their own mind-maps instead of writing an essay – and with some success. Recently, I proposed the title,“What do […]
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Several teachers have mentioned Ross McGill’s website over recent weeks. Also known as @teachertoolkit , his website has had 6 million views and has a huge worldwide following. You can find his […]
The challenge was set down by the Maths department last week, a Calculator Cake that would have had Mary Berry salivating: Not to be out-done, the Chemistry Department asked their […]