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Grade Cam – Multiple Choice

Quite often we forget that when we question our students, we can actually get a lot of value and a lot of discussion points from multiple choice questions. Using multiple choice questions can actually support your students learning in many … Continue reading

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E-Safety Week – Safety Resources

No Budget? No Problem? As with our new Ofsted frameworks and endless logs of data that we have to include. I know that it’s not always easy for schools to make sure that they have logs of particular incidents. In … Continue reading

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Top 10–Global Teacher Prize

Thank you message Now in its third year, the US $1 million award is the largest prize of its kind, and was set up to recognize one exceptional teacher who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession as well … Continue reading

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12 Teaching Tips of Christmas!–Day 1

I just want to start off by saying it’s been a crazy year. I would like to say thank you to all of the teachers who still read my blog and check out the computer science pages that I have. … Continue reading

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Raspberry Pi-oneers

During the week of the 1st of August to the 5th of August, I was invited to Uppingham School by fellow teacher Arron Gourlay. We’re both teachers of the Brooke Weston Trust and both love to use technology to make … Continue reading

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Minecraft and R.E

So recently before I moved to my new school I had been using Minecraft to encourage students to try different things in their lessons. When learning about theory in some of the computing lessons, I thought that it was nice … Continue reading

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