Tag Archive: Teaching Strategies


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 Ways to Outstanding Teaching

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50 Quick Ways to Outstanding Teaching

50 Quick Ways to Outstanding Teaching is the first book in my new Quick 50 Teaching Series. The book is all about those things you need to do to teach outstanding lessons time after time. We all know how difficult this can be, and we all know how much we want to make sure our […]

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Growth Mindsets

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Growth Mindsets

The work of the psychologist Carol Dweck has brought the idea of growth mindsets into public consciousness. Roughly, Dweck has proposed that two types of mindsets exist: fixed and growth. Individuals may possess only one, a combination of the two or they may find themselves operating from a ...

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Using Discussion in the Classroom to Raise Student Achievement

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Using Discussion in the Classroom to Raise Student Achievement

Discussion in the classroom offers students a means by which to take advantage of their existing strengths in order to make significant progress in their learning. Speaking and listening are integral features of human existence. They are a manifestation of our physical endowments. This is in ...

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Mike Gershon