Janet Gibbs
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#iwishyoutaughtmykids

You may have noticed the Mr and Mrs Shapes stuck up in the Woolf corridor which seems to be an interactive way for the students to learn all about shapes. (Credit - Mr Baker)

The use of QR codes in PE lessons for non- doers and as a visual aid for students who need that little bit of help. (Credit Miss Madden)

   

Science and the Jam Sandwich experiment. Students in year 7 were taught how to write a methodology by writing a method for making a Jam sandwich. When the first draft appeared without asking the teacher to open the packet of bread, she buttered the whole packet. (Credit Mrs Smith)

Revision pong is always a winner with the students (Credit Miss Norcross, Miss Reid (maths pong), Mr Chaplin etc)

Revision Pong!!
 
   
The history house competition that got the students making their very own castle.
   
Window writing in maths.
   
During the last wave of sharing good practice I watched Mrs Comins dissect a heart with her class. Not for the squeamish.
   
Geology with chocolate. Thinking about bedrock and the characteristics of sedimentary, igneous and sedimentary rocks. E.g. a galaxy ripple has crumpled layers which look like tectonic folds whereas a kit-kat has clear horizontal layers so perhaps is sedimentary rocks
   
I am sure there are many more examples of engaging ideas but if I have missed your subject off just type in #iwishyoutaughtmykids and scroll through. A few of my favourites are below:  
   

https://twitter.com/hashtag/iwishyoutaughtmykids

https://lessontoolbox.wordpress.com/

 

 

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