April 16, 2011 by mrkaiser208 Facebook is the place that kids hang out after school. Heck, it’s the place many of them hang out during school. It is definitely a platform they are comfortable with communicating on. Why not use student enthusiasm for Facebook to generate learning opportunities in the classroom?
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Nameless, Faceless Children (Blogs & Internet Safety) I hereby propose that all children wear bags over their heads any time they leave the privacy of their own home (and even within it if said home has a webcam, camera, video camera, or cell phone) and cease to be called by names, but rather by a hexidecimal code that rotates regularly by security token so no single child can ever be readily identified. This act shall be called the Child Real-life Act of Protection, otherwise known as CRAP. That’s what we need to do right?
30 of Your Best Tips for NQTs We did a piece a week back on advice for NQTs to help them get their work-life balance in order. The feedback from that just reemphasised to me what a tricky transition those early years of teaching can be, so I decided to get the best possible advice for all those aspiring NQTs out there – from you! If you’ve got more advice I’d love to hear it, just comment below or tweet me with the hashtag #nqttips. And if you like it – don’t forget to share it! Give Yourself a Break and Don’t Beat Yourself Up
How can a font alleviate reading problems Dyslexics invert and transpose letters because they confuse letters that look alike.