Resources:Plastic Wallets, mark pens, wet wipes?Buy some A3 plastic wallets here?What to do:Save some money/time/photocopying by getting students to complete self check/quick quizzes/worksheets by writing the answers on the plastic wallets!Once completed and checked, they can simply wipe away their
Resources:Tape- different colours and marker pensWhat to do:To show students the variety of ways Maths is involved in our everyday interactions, dealings and learning, do the following…Create an Angle Door…
I can hear the teachers now as they tell
Resources:None!What to do:I have seen this in an English AST’s class here at my school.She has created a Wall Of Wonderful Words. The wall contains words that students have used in their writing across her classes.She has colour coded the
Resources:Whatever you need to make an interactive display!What to do:@MissBsResources @ASTSupportAali and @FKritson are asking you to join in on this competition;We would like to see your most creative Numeracy across the curriculum displays/ideas/initiatives!Post them on the Padlet below… (Information
Download the resources for this from here.
What to do:
Using the template write your own definitions along with an abbreviation (make a note of which abbreviations you’ve used so as not to repeat them.
Resources:Display materialWhat to do:Go round and ask your staff, teachers and support/associate staff the following questions…
Before and during your time at this school;
What have you achieved? Any qualifications?
Where have you worked? Anywhere unsual?
Maths Criminals – Post exam reflection.
Resources:Mini whiteboards, display board and camera.
Download the template from HEREWhat to do:Following a review of a student assessment there is always (at least) one question that the students know they should have gained
Resources:Download the template from here-What to do:Use this template to create keyword walls for your classroom/dept. Change the words for whatever topic you are teaching. Variations:You can arrange the words in importance- most important at the top and so on. Or Turn your
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Some velcro pads and a plastic wallet/folder
What to do:
Use the back of your chairs as a place to enhance students learning!
You can place top homework of the week/names of students/task sheets/keywords/definitions/images