Online Professional Development for Teachers from STEM Learning

As a teacher, finding time for your professional development is easier than you think… With our programme of free online courses, you can learn around your timetable and focus on on your professional development goals Build your confidence in managing behaviour discover how to maximise student progress with assessment for learning develop your subject knowledge…

Clash of Clans “Town Hall 9 Attack Strategy” Four Lavahound Tutorial

greetings clash of clans fans it is euros gallon you’re watching classic plans attacks were today we’re talking about what role of Bologna at Town Hall 9 and also I’ve thrown in a couple have added bonuses at the end of this episode so be sure to stick around for that as well first we’ll…

Managing Game-Based Learning in the Classroom

>>Ameer: Managing game play is just like managing other learning activities in your classroom. You’ll know you’re on the right track when you see your students helping each other, having fun, and reflecting on what they’re learning.>>Teacher: So mark it first, good, good.>>Student: So I get one, nine, so yellow gets one and I get…

Enhance your career | Centre for Professional Practice

The Centre for Professional Practice welcomes students from a wide variety of organisations. To give you an indication we have people from administration, from Human Resources, the voluntary sector, teaching, as well as health professionals. Studying programmes with the Centre for Professional Practice gives students the platform to gain academic validation and accreditation for the…

60-Second Strategy: Respond, Reflect, and Review

>>Teacher: Using your desk as a whiteboard, answer questions and then we’ll start the rotations.>>Teacher: The Respond, Reflect, Review Protocol is an active-engagement activity where students evaluate each other’s work. The first part of it, students respond to a given question or prompt.>>Teacher: When the timer dings, be ready to rotate. [ding]>>Teacher: They rotate in…

Progress through partnerships (UCL)

MSSL depends on its international partnerships to achieve its objectives. But MSSL is really just a microcosm of UCL or academia in general. These days, partnerships are the way forward and so we work with colleagues around Europe and in the States, in China, in Japan, in Russia. It’s all a matter of building on…

Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 06, Managing Large Classes

IN RECENT YEARS, THE DEMAND FOR ENGLISH HAS INCREASED. SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD HAVE RESPONDED BY ADDING MORE ENGLISH CLASSES INTO THE CURRICULUM. CLASS SIZES CAN BE QUITE LARGE AND IN SOME CASES ARE GROWING EVEN LARGER. CLASSES OF 50 TO 75 STUDENTS ARE NOT UNCOMMON. MANY PEOPLE IN EDUCATION ARE ASKING THEMSELVES “HOW DO…

Powerful professional learning for K-12 educators: SREB’s Making Schools Work Conference

(Music playing) The conference is incredible, you know. It gives our teachers and educators from around all of our states, and even outside of our states a little bit, an opportunity to come together and learn best practices from experts, but most important to learn from each other. SREB School Improvement Making Schools Work Conference…

Teachers Support Differentiated Learning Through Professional Development and Collaboration

>>Sometimes, y’all when we’re researching we find out things that we think we knew already might not be exactly true. Is that okay? Yes.>>Narrator: The teaching team at Forrest Lake is a tight knit group. Many of them have worked together for several years collaborating to improve their teaching skills and supporting each other as…