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The Most Followed Teacher on Twitter in the UK

The Most Followed Teacher on Twitter in the UK
Latest Post Quick simply, I’ve had another ‘lightbulb’ moment. My summer has been full of them; mainly for slowing down, not jetting-off and staying putt at home in the UK has helped. I’ve had a few great idea-moments, but think this one will work. Read the ‘Introducing’ sub-heading at the bottom of this post to get straight to the point! Twitter Ideas:

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10 Assessments You Can Perform In 90 Seconds Good assessment is frequent assessment. Any assessment is designed to provide a snapshot of student understand—the more snapshots, the more complete the full picture of knowledge. On its best day, an assessment will be 100% effective, telling you exactly what a student understands. More commonly, the return will be significantly lower as the wording of questions, the student’s sense of self-efficacy, or other factors diminish their assessment performance. It sounds obvious, but a student is a human being with an entire universe of personal problems, distraction, and related challenges in recalling the information in the form the assessment demands. This makes a strong argument for frequent assessment, as it can be too easy to over-react and “remediate” students who may be banging against the limits of the assessment’s design rather than their own understanding.

The 5 Minute Lesson Plan *Updated* 28th October 2014 The 5 Minute Lesson Plan is now available in digital format! This means you can now create quick lesson plans online. Read my blog announcement here or go straight to test the software out here now! ELTPics How Does it Work? The idea has remained pretty much the same since then. Every two weeks teachers and folks in ELT are invited to take and share photos on a given theme. This theme is publicised on facebook and twitter by the now curators: @cgoodey, @elt_pics, @fionamau, @JulieRaikou, @mkofab, @sandymillin, and @vickyloras using the hashtag #eltpics. This means that if you have a Facebook account or a Twitter account and follow the hashtag #eltpics, you will be kept up to date.

Teaching Village Hi! I’m Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto. I’m an English teacher currently living in Kitakyushu, Japan. Huntington School Teaching & Learning It is a commonly used term, but do we actually really agree what DIFFERENTIATION mean? In the training session I described the following points: To continue to focus on planning lessons for the individual students you have in front of you; for teachers by teachers I had a tough time in Mrs. Collard’s 2nd grade reading class. Though already a reader with books of my own at home, the skill-based phonics worksheets we were doing in class made no sense to me. 27 Ways To Inspire Innovative Thinking In Students 27 Ways To Inspire Innovative Thinking In Students Innovating thinking is one of those awkward concepts in education–one that is often espoused, but isn’t measured, reported on, trained around, or celebrated. It’s just sort of there. Innovative thinking in students will flower when we design classrooms that absolutely can’t survive without it. Same with critical thinking, self-direction, creativity, and so on.

20 places to study english grammar online ~ Sharing Learning If you are looking for a fun and interactive way to study English grammar, you can find almost everything you need on the Internet. There are exercises, tests, study guides, quizzes, and many other materials that make studying English grammar both simple and entertaining. Here are 20 resources to try:

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