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Teachers TV - Schools

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Ambleside C.E. Primary School This webpage contains an archive of old but popular learning activities developed some years ago and they are no longer maintained. Teaching tools, tests, games and much more... At Ambleside we involve children in all parts of the process of designing and creating content for our website. Many of these games have been designed by, or with children. . PROGRAMS MADE BY PUPILS: (Made as independent or group work in Numeracy Hour) Problems? Index of /talkinghistory/archive3 Index of /talkinghistory/archive3 Name Last modified Size Description Parent Directory - Finland’s Formula for School Success (Education Everywhere Series) Pasi: If you look at the 15-year-olds, or 16-year-old Finns who are leaving the basic school, most of them have been in special education throughout their schooling. Which means that special education is actually nothing special. So it's you are a special child or student if you haven't been, if you haven't ever used special services. Pasi: We are putting a lot of emphasis on the early detection of any difficulties and problems that the students in our schools may have. And this is a very different policy to many other countries where these measures are designed in a way that they are implemented only when the problems have emerged and are too visible. But we don’t' think like this in Finland.

Online editor: Curriculum vitae Before you start: Five basic principles for a good CV 1. Concentrate on the essentials Employers generally spend less than one minute reading a CV before deciding to reject it. If applying for an advertised vacancy, always ensure that you comply with any application process entirely. The National Strategies - Schools Since the National Strategies website closed in June 2011, a number of popular teaching resources have been updated and adapted to allow users to access them through the National Archives. A snapshot of NS Online the National Strategies website has also been archived by the National Archives Please be aware that the features previously available on the National Strategies site will not be available on the archived versions.

Word Stress and -ing Verbs In this American English pronunciation video,we're going to go over the word stress of -ing verbs. The -ing form of a verb always adds an extra syllable. And this syllable is always unstressed. So it should be lower in pitch and usually a little faster than the stressed syllable in the word. 5 Ways to Make Class Discussions More Exciting Classroom discussions have been a staple of teaching forever, beginning with Socrates. I have taught using discussions, been a student in discussions, and observed other teachers' discussions thousands of times -- at least. Some have been boring, stifling or tedious enough to put me to sleep. Others have been so stimulating that I was sad to see them end. The difference between the two is obviously how interesting the topic is, but equally important is the level of student participation. It's not enough for students to simply pay attention -- they need to be active participants to generate one of those great discussions that end far too quickly for both the teacher and students.

Detail New European Schoolnet Academy courses will start this spring, after the incredible success of last year's courses. Almost 10,000 participants enjoyed the Academy courses in 2014, with a hugely positive feedback. Develop your teaching skills in just 30 minutes per day, join us on two exciting MOOCs this April, designed by teachers for teachers. Creative use of Tablets in Schools Start date: 13th April 2015 Duration: 5 weeks

Math Games Practice addition skills by matching the correct answers to each question. Complete all of the questions to make reveal a Christmas picture. Practice counting skills in this fun online game. Bruno Mars - Just The Way You Are Complete the lyrics as fast as possible by typing the characters of the missing words. The number of gaps depends on the selected game mode. The video will stops till the words of the line are filled up correctly. In the meantime, your life bar will decrease. If your life bar gets empty, the game ends.

Curiosity killed by class? When you become a father you get used to being asked endless questions about the intricacies of our complex world. The road is paved with unending questions. Why does this…? How does that…? Questions become connections. Connections flower into understanding and grow into knowledge. Lessonstream.org by Jamie Keddie Uncle Sam - Lessonstream.org From Wikipedia: “Uncle Sam (initials U.S.) is a common national personification of the American government that, according to legend, came into use during the War of 1812 and was supposedly named for Samuel Wilson.” In the last few years, the original poster has become a bit of a meme. Instead of enlisting recruits for the US Army, Uncle Sam says, “I want you to tidy your room!” or “I want you to give up smoking!”

Teacher Guide NRICH promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving. We provide engaging problems, linked to the curriculum, with support for teachers in the classroom. This is what a typical teacher's home page looks like. Mouse over the boxed areas for further explanation. Say What? 5 Ways to Get Students to Listen Ah, listening, the neglected literacy skill. I know when I was a high school English teacher this was not necessarily a primary focus; I was too busy honing the more measurable literacy skills -- reading, writing, and speaking. But when we think about career and college readiness, listening skills are just as important. This is evidenced by the listening standards found in the Common Core and also the integral role listening plays in collaboration and communication, two of the four Cs of 21st century learning.

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