Monthly Archives: November 2014

Revision bookmarks

Exam board mark schemes are useful but often confusing for students to use. However, students need to fully understand and engage with success criteria at the same time. These exam guide bookmarks are useful as they help break down the … Continue reading

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Guess who?

The popular game Guess Who makes a great activity. Two pairs have the same piece of paper with 20 people on it, in this case USA politicians. They each pick one and the other has to Guess Who they have … Continue reading

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#lovingthelearning

The catchphrase #lovingthelearning entered my vocabulary at some point in the year 2013 after being inspired to join Twitter. I think it was first used in my then GCSE class and I suppose it has come to sum up my approach to … Continue reading

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