Our ‘Collablog’ – a collaborative blog on teaching over lockdown 2021.

Here are some tips about using apps and sites https://diagnosticquestions.com/Home/ is really good at diagnostic questions, to unpick some of the misconceptions and pre-concepts that pupils have. You can make your own and use prepared ones - its a bit maths biased though. Nearpod and Desmos are fantastic for making interactive activities (gap fills, graphs, … Continue reading Our ‘Collablog’ – a collaborative blog on teaching over lockdown 2021.

Questions at interview

What is your second favourite reptile?Ralph age 9 This is my favourite question this year, but they won't ask you this sort of thing at interview! If you are practicing your interview technique, set it up on zoom, and record it. Get someone to choose the number of questions in the titles (5-6 in all) … Continue reading Questions at interview

MFL – Meeting the standards

Meeting the Teachers’ Standards – MFL Standard 1Watch this video clip from Teachers’ TV about raising expectations. Make notes about the key strategies used. https://uob-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/edhma_bristol_ac_uk/EcQCy0-4_pdAnU1X7DENW5QBsMRe_voRU1MmnT1BpYuSqg?e=mZie7c Read the blog post below and make a list of 8-10 key ‘take aways’https://www.sec-ed.co.uk/best-practice/stretch-and-challenge-in-your-classroom/ Read the 2018 Sutton Trust report ‘Potential for success’ and write a 600-word summary of the main points – imagine that … Continue reading MFL – Meeting the standards

Invitation to Science PST training, development and consultation meeting

This is a remote access meeting Dear PST You are invited to attend a Science PST training, development and consultation meeting on Tuesday 10th December. This year, to enable people at a distance to participate, we are piloting a Skype for Business meeting. The process will be: Email me directly L.Hetherington@exeter.ac.uk from the email address … Continue reading Invitation to Science PST training, development and consultation meeting