This week I found a very funny teaching video with Lee Mack.
So I hope you have had an enjoyable bank holiday and are looking forward to half term. Last week was a week of travels with after school magic clubs and CEOP Internet Safety & Cyber-bullying shows.
Now it's time to enjoy a collection of useful links, posts, videos and jokes from around the internet.
"Just to establish some parameters," said the professor, "Mr. Nichols, what is the opposite of joy?"
"Sadness," said the student.
"And the opposite of depression, Ms. Biggs?"
"And you, sir, how about the opposite of woe?"
"I believe that would be giddy up..."
Head's advise:- Act don't react:- Students are very smart and it is part of their juvenile nature to try to get you. Sometimes ignoring a disruptive behaviour is way better than reacting to it and in case it becomes repetitive or serious then make sure to talk it out with the student involved alone and not in front of the whole class.
EverySlide is a web tool that allows you to create interaction around your presentations. You create a presentation in PowerPoint or Keynote, upload it to EverySlide and share the generated link with your students. using the link, students can join your slideshow from any device. You can then start asking questions, or running polls while students are going through the slides. After the presentation, you can review participants' interactions online or download their contact details and answers as a spreadsheet.
Transition for primary schools:
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