What a brilliant TeachMeet!

The best TeachMeet so far featured:

  1. miffy-bean-rattle-blue_sp10524_1A mad raffle – and Saba won her moose!
  2. The fruit machine name picker.
  3. Pose Pause Pounce Bounce – Questioning strategy shared by Ruth.
  4. QR code marking samples for digital work – a great (and environmental) approach to work scrutiny shared by Fran.
  5. Question Tokens – sick of the endless ‘Ma’am! Ma’am’ or ‘Sir! Sir!’?  – try this questioning approach shared by Shabana!
  6. e-Marking, Green Pen Matters friendly assessment stickers (for those with terrible handwriting) – shared by Leigh (care of Danny).
  7. Anagram makers on your SmartNotebook software –  shared by Queen of the SmartBoard and winner of our Twitter prize, Leigh.
  8. Getting pupils to read instructions – a 3 minute approach to teach kids a valuable lesson shared by Mary B.
  9. Plenary team relays – a competitive, interactive and very fun plenary idea shared by Alexia (and beware Leanne when taking part in anything remotely competitive.  She is fierce!).
  10. Using Padlet for peer-assessment – a free and very marvellous website that has many different applications in classrooms (particularly those with iPads) shared by me!
  11. Using film to engage learners and teach very tricky concepts in Science – Saba making scary physics concepts far less scary!  Did you know that Iron Man would actually rust if his suit was made of iron?!
  12. Miffy being hurled across the room at Mary and Saba.
  13. A-Ha

Don’t miss next month’s TeachMeet! If you’ve been lurking for the last few gatherings maybe it is time to present…?


4 thoughts on “What a brilliant TeachMeet!

  1. I don’t but I shall create one soon! I would love to be able to post! Do I then comment here and you can make me an author? (If not today, definitely over the next few days)

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