Monthly Archives: March 2014

Trainee Teacher with SEN Specialism

Originally posted on cherrylkd:
I have been a student teacher mentor for around 10 years now it’s an aspect of my role that I truly love. I enjoy passing on the expertise from within my own school, the pearls of…

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Twitter in the Classroom: Green, Blue, and Black

Originally posted on History Tech:
I’m not that good at it but I still love to snow ski. My family does too. And we try to go at least once a year. But we always run into trouble. Son wants…

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FAQ: New Primary Curriculum

Originally posted on Ramblings of a Teacher:
As lots of schools start to prepare for the introduction of the new curriculum, the re-drafts and rushed implementation have left some questions. This post attempts to answer some of the most frequently-asked.…

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10 Ways Teachers can use Twitter

Another great post from the people that brought you Using Twitter for Teachers’ Professional Development This is our third consecutive post on Twitter. Now that you have a roadmap on how to use Twitter in your classroom and after you have identified … Continue reading

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