This week’s selection of #PedagooFriday Tweets
As well as the usual great things from your classroom, why not share a book/article that has greatly influenced your teaching #PedagooFriday
Book recommendations first –
All teachers need to read 'Why Do I Need a Teacher When I've Got Google' by @ #PedagooFriday
#pedagoofriday early but in case I forget, inspirational text @'s Could Do Better. Superb.
#pedagoofriday +1 for Mindset by Carol Dweck. Key message: praise effort, not achievement, to nurture a growth mindset.
Now some of the great stuff that’s been going on this week –
Have a look at the weather games on @ to see what Jennifer, our student teacher, has been up to with S3 #PedagooFriday
Brilliant S1 pupils took charge this week: asked to meet classmates in small groups to check on progress/offer support #pedagoofriday
Ch were great talking to Comms for Rural Ed about sch and their learning. Heard fab egs of how they were linking learning #pedagoofriday
Enjoyed having pupils get excited over pi-day. I got 3 cards, a cupcake and excellent discussion on transcendental numbers. #pedagoofriday
#PedagooFriday #BigWriting Science Creative writing - "What would the World look like today if the Russians had won the Space Race..."
Today I love my job! Who'd be a teacher? I would! Hard working teachers took time 2 share innovative approaches & enjoyed it! #pedagoofriday