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You came. You shared. You smashed it. Another brilliant , thanks for joining us, we’ll be back on Friday 26 April with more classroom Pedagoo-dness!
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Miss Godfrey Mar 29
Great fun doing our escape room in National 5 history today. Everyone worked really hard and we managed to crack the code at the end with Emma and Mia as our winners! Well done everyone, enjoy your well deserved break 🙌🏻 📚
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Blair Minchin Mar 29
Here’s my moment, had to FaceTime my dad but figured it out! Cannot wait to see what the kids come up with next week...hopefully not electrocution!
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Liz Pinder Mar 29
Pedagoo moment this week was the buzz in our school hall from pupils and their families talking about and looking at the displays of the school’s learning about the Border towns.
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Alan Cameron Mar 29
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s_osman Mar 29
Blackout poetry this afternoon with my year 9s - they are pretty awesome!
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Emma McGlynn Mar 29
Giving my class a ‘Secret Mission’ this week to smile and greet every grown up in the school this week has had a big impact on corridor behaviour. Taking that as a win!
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Miss Slinger Mar 29
Who doesn’t ❤️ flash cards as a revision strategy? Did a fact test for 35 key facts & definitions in urban futures topic. Then made into flash cards to use with the . Didn’t realise this would mean cutting out over 1,000 cards! 🤞🏻 it works!
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Mr M Mar 29
Replying to @bioteach9
Got the idea off here (can’t remember who!) instead of highlighting information, crossing out and changing to find a correct answer then working together to create a model answer
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MissSPrimary Mar 29
I offer the option between watching a film or continuing our art project...they respond “Can we do numeracy instead?” The classroom fills with chants “numeracy, numeracy!” What a transformation in mindset!
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Miss Henderson Mar 29
higher assignments being completed, the course being finish on schedule & happy pupils.
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Jacqui MacPherson Mar 29
snapshot of our end of topic conflict/bullying thoughts. Happy Holidays everyone 🐣
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MrsClark Mar 29
Not a teaching moment but my highlight comes from saying bye to staff and pupils as I go off on Mat leave and realising how incredibly lucky I am to be part of such an amazing school community! Teaching is hard sometimes but so so rewarding! 💗
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𝓡𝓙 𝓜𝓬𝓓𝓸𝓷𝓪𝓵𝓭 📚 Mar 29
Can’t recall who shared this but my Y11 like seeing a visual for how much revision they’ve done. It’s also helped with some conversations about how to revise effectively! Thanks 😊👏
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EnglishCoatbridgeHS Mar 29
goes to Miss Gilligan's S2 who are very proud of their display showing off their character work on 'Up'
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EnglishCoatbridgeHS Mar 29
Miss Burns' S3 have been doing tremendous work on Baz Luhrmann's 'Romeo & Juliet'! Well done, guys!
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Emma Andrew Mar 29
quietly writing good stuff
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Tom Briars-Delve Mar 29
Too often students write about characters as if their personalities are simplistic. I tried this out earlier to encourage discussion about the biased ways in which characters perceive and represent each other. It seems to work better with plays.
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MrsCrosbieEnglish Mar 29
My lovely s3 pupils made a display showcasing their 'Talking Heads' challenge and 'Ten Things I Hate About You' for 'The Merchant of Venice'
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