Tag Archive: Lesson Planning


50 Quick and Easy Ways to Prepare for Ofsted

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50 Quick and Easy Ways to Prepare for Ofsted

For lots of teachers, inspections can be a burden. They lead to increased workload, apprehension and a sense of uncertainty. I wanted to find a way in which I could help alleviate these problems and make colleagues across the country feel better prepared for any inspection they might face. So I ...

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50 Quick and Brilliant Teaching Ideas

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50 Quick and Brilliant Teaching Ideas

It’s not always easy to be creative. Especially when we have so many demands on our time – marking, planning, assessments, teaching lessons and the dreaded admin. I was thinking about this, along with the fact that teachers in general do want to be creative and innovative in their work, and it ...

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50 Quick and Brilliant Teaching Techniques

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50 Quick and Brilliant Teaching Techniques

Sometimes you just want something that you know will work. Something someone else has tried out. Something you can slip into your teaching as easy as you like so as to make things better. We have what you need! 50 Quick and Brilliant Teaching Techniques is a collection of tried and tested ...

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50 Quick and Easy Lesson Activities

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50 Quick and Easy Lesson Activities

Lesson planning can be tough. One of the hardest things is coming up with new and interesting activities for students to do. It can take ages to develop an innovative new approach. Sometimes it even takes ages just to remember a great idea we had a few months before. I’ve certainly been there ...

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50 Quick Ways to Motivate and Engage Your Students

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50 Quick Ways to Motivate and Engage Your Students

We all know that motivated and engaged students learn more. We also know that teaching is more enjoyable when our pupils are interested in the lesson. But how can we make sure this is the case? How can we ensure that enthusiasm doesn’t flag? The answers are here! You can find them in my new ...

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Mike Gershon