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Year in Review: Part 2: Things Learned and Things to Learn

In this part of my reflection on the 2014-15 school year, I decided that I would look back over the changes that took place by bringing TAB/CBE into my classroom.  1,690 more words

An Interview with Lat Blaylock - Editor of RE Today

Lat Blaylock is editor of RE today magazine and he has worked with the BBC on seven series of RE programmes since 1997 – here he offers his views on the production and reception of RE programmes. 1,801 more words

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Technology - An Assessment Time Saver

By: Abby

When I think back to my own experience with technology in school, it’s incredible how quickly classroom technology developed into what it is today!   557 more words

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Fahrenheit 451

Guy Montag: The Unlikely Hero

Please leave a comment about your thoughts on the differences between the novel and the movie. Also, what did you like and/or dislike about the differences?

Fahrenheit 451

I want to learn more about...

So, this happened today…

I read a student response that said he wanted “to learn about douch” (he meant Dutch), it made me laugh so hard that I accidentally knocked my iPhone into my mug of water. 39 more words

The Crumpett Files

Kahoot.it

Kahoot is a fun student response site that can be used with any device.  I don’t employ it very often because the nature of my gifted classes doesn’t really allow for many multiple choice questions. 281 more words

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Imvoto - student response system - using mobile devices to assess learning

Imvoto is another very useful system enabling immediate assessment of learning to enable teachers to quickly intervene where required to help students progress, tackle misconceptions and move learning on. 124 more words

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