Group Link Post 09/09/2016
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UKEdChat Session 319: Planning and Resources
Join the #UKEdChat discussion on Twitter at 8pm(UK) to discuss planning and teaching resources.
Book: 45 Secrets That All High School Teachers Need to Know by @RichardJaRogers
Mastering the art of teaching appears to be easier for some colleagues than others. Some teachers just seem to have a presence, gaining respect and credibility from students, colleagues and parents alike. Did they undergo some mysterious, magical training that wasn’t covered during your teacher training course? Well, no. They just have mastered how to manage their working relationships, using their personalities to generate rapport, which is respected by students of all age. It’s not rocket science – it’s far more complicated than that. Personality and behaviour clashes in classrooms are inevitable, but looking at all the different elements of daily interactions can help you gain respect from students and colleagues alike…
UKEdMag: Mobile phones in lessons? by @MsGlynn2014
I used to be a massive advocate of using mobile phones in lessons; the ways they could be used are just endless. I had students use them to research topics; find the answers to a question we didn’t know, even as voting devices. I used them just rarely enough that students didn’t take it as a given and rarely tried to use their phones for uses other than I intended. I even use them to avoid printing off sheet after sheet of homework, instead having students take a picture on their phone (with the added bonus that they can’t lose the sheet).
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