• FRIDAY FUNNY – PHONES IN SCHOOL

    Some teachers are all for allowing students to have their phones in school.  They use them as learning devices and manage the possible distractions that come with having your phone on in class. On the other hand some schools have a strict no phones in school policy, confiscating any phone that sees the light of […]

  • How to check for plagiarism

    With a lot more students using the internet as their main research tool many teachers have been asking about how to check plagiarism. There are many different plagiarism checkers out there but the one that I have found to be the best free option is plagiarismchecker.com When I introduced this online tool to my students […]

  • How to use Animoto in your classroom

    Animoto is a great video producing site that doesn’t require you or your students to have any video editing skills.   Some of the features that make Animoto my video creating software of choice are:

  • Questions to ask before implementing technology in your school

    This week we will take a look at some programs I suggest you use in your classroom. Before you decide on which programs to use you need to consider the following questions:  

  • HOW TO SET AND ACHIEVE YOUR TEACHING GOALS THIS YEAR

    How are you going with your new years resolutions?  If you are like the majority of people your goals have already fallen in a heap!  Before you get depressed, there is an answer. When it comes to being intrinsically motivated your ability to set Goals is a major factor.  However setting goals without a system […]

  • 3 AREAS YOU NEED TO INCLUDE IN YOUR TEACHING PLAN

    Every teacher has used a lesson plan at some stage in their career (even if it was just while you were being assessed) but very few teachers have a teaching plan for the coming year where they identify 2 or 3 main areas and that they need to improve in and then do everything they […]

  • WHAT I LEARNT ABOUT REST THESE HOLIDAYS AND HOW YOU CAN MAXIMISE YOUR TIME OFF

    There is no doubt that teacher stress and sickness is a massive issue.  I was looking at some statistics the other day that probably wouldn’t surprise anyone who has been teaching for five or more years: The average teacher has 10 days off a year due to illness (don’t you love it when one of […]

  • The one essential strategy that will help busy teachers manage their time

    I saw a sign the other day that proudly declared “A good teacher is a busy teacher”  It left me wondering if that statement was written by a teacher…I’m still not sure.  Either way the reality is that a busy teacher is not necessarily an effective teacher. Busy teachers are not hard to find.  I […]

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