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#Iwishyoutaughtmykids Award Winners

Sometimes you see ideas on Twitter that make you think “I wish that teacher taught my kids”. So to celebrate the amaze balls practice that we all need to take notice of (and steal) I came up with the “#Iwishyoutaughtmykids” award. Here I have collected some examples that have made the grade.

So that you don’t have to scroll to the bottom of the page every time I add a new one, I will put the most recent at the top of the post

6th May 2016 – Love this Jediometer from Shaun Williams (@thebadpedagogue). Great way of showing students their level of understanding. Could also be linked to SOLO taxonomy symbols. Find more of his great ideas on his website.

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30th April 2016 – Guaranteeing her place in the #Iwishyoutaughtmykids hall of fame @missmcintyre15 has come back with these great Mr Men Maths resources produced by @solvemymaths. Shared back in December 2015 but I only found them this week. If you want some inspiration have a look through the media posts on her Twitter page, they are very impressive. If you like the Mr Men theme there are lots more great ideas for Maths at SolveMyMaths.com or follow @solvemymaths.

16th April 2016 – Always love it when teacher press the “Awesome” button. Love these “What would a superhero think?” self/peer marking resources made by @missmcintyre15

@missmcintyre15 -What would a superhero think Peer Assessment1@missmcintyre15 -What would a superhero think Peer Assessment2

3rd April 2016 – Love this “so, you think you’ve finished?” wall from Clare Barrell (@BusinessBarrell) at The City of Leicester College, made even more fabulous with her animal print poster paper. Clare has added typical extension activities like “twitter exit tickets” featured on other extension walls, but has also included case study questions for students which draw out high level exam and analysis skills.

15 @businessbarrell so you think youve finished wall 3.4.16

 

20th March 2016 – Another “Guess Who” game making it into the hall of fame here; this one from @misscs_teach. The templates for guess who games can be easily found just by entering “Guess who templates” into a search engine if you have the game and want to make your own.

 

14 @misscs_teach with Guess Who revision 2  20.3.1614 @misscs_teach with Guess Who revision 1 20.3.16

 

27th February 2016 – Stretch and challenge Post-its and stickers via Mr Logue (@Logue_ED)

13 @Logue_ED 's stretch and challenge post-its and stickers 27.2.16

7th February 2016 – Great use of window graphs using tape and Post-its here via Kimberley Hesketh (@kimbohesketh)

12 Post it + window graphs via @kimbohesketh 7.2.16

6th February 2016 – TJ Watson (@Pulzlad19) makes his second appearance in the hall of fame with this “State of matter” rap.

 

25th January 2016 – Love these reward wrist bands from @tscgraphics. Great idea for celebrating effort and attainment.

10 @tscgraphics for these mega reward wrist bands 25.1.16

23rd January 2016 – Biology bake homework here from TJ Watson (@Pulzlad19). Good enough to eat!

09 @Pulzlad19 for this biology bake homework 23.1.16

25th November 2015 – Love the use of the heart-shaped Haribo enzyme in this protein synthesis activity from Andrew Carroll (@carroll_dr). Good use of detail from students, especially the construction of the anticodons on the tRNA.

08 @carroll_dr with this ediblelearning protein synthesis 25.11.15

20th November 2015 – Great protein synthesis video here made by @TeamScienceTMCS‘s students.

30th October 2015 – Amazing model of a bacterium from a Y7 at St Bede’s Inter-Church School shared by @StBedesScience. It even has a working motor for the flagellum, brilliant!

5th April 2015 – James Batten (@JBattenPE) has put a lot of time into setting up this great revision resources for a Diet & Nutrition topic. Excellent use of a “guess who” game.

05 @JBattenPE for this Diet & Nutrition 5.4.15

31st March 2015

Scrabble starters and plenaries are very popular at the moment. @BridgemaryTL has used the technique here to support student understanding of key words associated with Shakespeare’s plays.

04 @BridgemaryTL with this scrabble starter 31.3.15

16th January 2015 – History of medicine “Hot air balloon disaster” activity via @kenradical. Students have to justify who they would throw out first.

3rd December 2014 – Few activities engage children like using sweeties for learning. @Victoria_B_13 has used skittles here to great effect by representing atoms within molecules as different colours to illustrate Lavoisier’s “The Law of Conservation of Mass”.

03 @Victoria_B_13 for these sweetie equations 3.12.14

 

7th June 2014 – Periodic table battleships via @edwardturner_. Great idea for supporting students to familiarise themselves with the periodic table and could also work as revision game

02 Periodic table battleships @edwardturner_ 7.6.14

24th May 2014 – The one that started it all!

Homework menus are great ways of differentiating independent learning for students and I have never seen any that didn’t show practice worth stealing, but this one from Jamie Clark (@JamieClark85) and Miss Coe (@TS5timeshare) is next level awesome. None of Jamie Clarke’s work looks like it has knocked up in an afternoon and this is no exception. As soon as I saw this homework menu I thought, “Wow, I wish these guys taught my kids” and came up with the #iwishyoutaughtmykids award. Based on the Starbucks coffee shop style, this is a homework menu to rival all others. Not sure how they achieved the chalk board style, but it is very impressive.

01 @JamieClark85 + @TS5timeshare for this 24.05.14

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