Some useful apps for teaching Here are three useful apps: Plickers Plickers are cards that can be scanned using a phone or ipad that indicate a student’s response to a […]
[by Roger Loxley] I was invited, the other day, to talk to MFL Heads of Language about ways in which we can embed assessments into lessons in a way that […]
Originally posted on Pragmatic Education:
Teachers who think knowledge, memory and practice have been neglected in schools, tend to be seen as adamant traditionalists – to quote one blogger recently,…
Russel Tarr is one of the best teachers to follow on twitter (@russeltarr). His website – http://www.classtools.net/ – has more ideas than you can shake a stick at. Enjoy!
SOME IDEAS ABOUT THE USE OF IT IN THE CLASSROOM Chemistry presto.tv – used for projecting from devices to the screen Prezi has the same capability See Andy Pulham for […]
[by Andy Pulham] Y9 game Initially I used “pick a student” app on my phone to allocate pupils to groups of three completely randomly. Then gave them the sheet, telling […]
[by Roger Loxley] I’ve been trying out the use of the Dragon Dictation app as a way to make giving feedback easier and more meaningful. I think it’s quite effective […]