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The Soccer Aid For Unicef Playground Challenge Is Back! – Education Article

The Soccer Aid For Unicef Playground Challenge Is Back! | TeacherToolkit 11th February 201910th February 2019 Holly Gardner 35 Views Charity, football, fundraising, fundraising pack, Harry Maguire, playground challenge, Product Review, Resource, school council guide, soccer aid, teaching kit, unicef, Videos Reading Time: 2 <span class="rt-label… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Holly Gardner…

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Watch The Lollie Book Awards LIVE From Your Classroom – Education Article

Reading Time: 2 minutes What’s the funniest book of the year? This Valentine’s Day make sure your school falls in love with reading! Join in and watch the Lollies award ceremony LIVE from your classrooms! The Laugh Out Loud Book Awards In June 2018, Michael Rosen announced the shortlist for the Lollies aka ‘The Laugh Out Loud Book Awards’ 2018 – a truly hilarious selection of books for children of all ages. Since then, schools and children in the UK and Ireland…

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Counter-Intuitive Behaviour Management | TeacherToolkit – Education Article

Reading Time: 3 minutes How can we make behaviour management more inclusive? Children whose behaviour is “different” are collateral damage in competitive high-stakes schooling. Caught in insane ‘zero tolerance’ cultures where compliance beats care, schools are again reaching for the ‘exclusion solution’, writes Paul Dix, founder of Pivotal Education. The children who need stability the most are moved from teacher to teacher from school to school, from referral unit to referral unit. As schools become less inclusive, the adults grow less tolerant.…

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Gimkit – Mix Things up with a Great New Review Game – Education Article

Everyone Loves Review Games You can never have too many options for review games. Mixing things up keeps things fresh. I’m happy to add another tool to my Kahoot, Quizizz, Quizlet Live, Flippity rotation. Gimkit Gimkit (Gimkit.com) was made by a group of high school students from Seattle, My first impression is that they combined the look of Kahoot with the play of Quizizz, then took it to another level with some serious gamification. Create Classes Classes allow teachers to control…

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How We Can Help Our Students Remember More – Education Article

A MiddleWeb Blog The Frustration of Forgetting Few things are more frustrating for students (and their teachers) than having a concept or skill that has already been learned ‘’leak out the brain” and disappear mysteriously into thin air. As educators, we do our best to make things ‘sticky’ by piquing students’ interests, communicating clear learning goals, building on background knowledge, fostering and maintaining engagement, cultivating discussion, modeling and scaffolding challenging tasks, providing feedback, differentiating instruction, etc., etc. Why, then, do…

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