Favourite Teacher Quotes & Posters From The Week (6th July)

Favourite Tweets

1.  Whatever the future holds, there is no substitute for a teacher.

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2.  “Students care A LOT when a real-world audience is involved.””

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3. @DavidGeuri You don’t have to be a tech-expert to find ways to make digital tools relevant in your classroom.

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4.  Qualities that just can’t be measured by a test… via

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5.  Developing a Growth Mindset: Engaging the Student’s Brain-

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Favourite Quotes

1.  for who take online courses.

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2.  about great on how they connect to their .

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From the Archives

1. Google Forms And Presentation Get A Fantastic Update

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2. One Google Plus Security Tip You Need To Know About

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3. Friday Funny – Standardised Testing

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BYOD can stand for Bring Your Own Disaster

BYOD in schools: What works?

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), generally means your staff and students are bringing their personal devices to school. However BYOD can also include models where schools purchase the devices and lease them to students, schools mandate a device for parents to buy (BYODD) and everything in between.

In many schools BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Disaster, but it doesn’t have to be that way.

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Top tips for working from home by a remote working team

  With Google Drawings a lot of people don’t realise that it actually sits inside Google Docs. Inside Google Docs you actually have the Google Drawings tool. Under insert you’ve got Drawings and now there are two places that you can get a Drawing from. The ‘New’ is going to

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