Well, this was difficult! It’s amazing how much you can achieve in one week!
#PedagooFriday S2 EAL student with only 8 months of learning English using Prezi and YouTube to do Pythagoras presentation to class
— Mark Cunningham (@Mark__C) December 14, 2012
The kids at redhall special school nailing the nativity play when it mattered #pedagoofriday
— Peter Hay (@petehay85) December 14, 2012
#PedagooFriday Year 9 blogging their own poetry. Amazing stuff blew me away. Feel free to comment! msfindlatersyear9.blogspot.co.uk #powerofpoetry
— Sarah Findlater (@MsFindlater) December 14, 2012
#PedagooFriday That moment when a P7 boy says that any class discussion with me feels like a philosophical enquiry and his peers agree. #wow
— Karen Doherty (@KarDoh) December 14, 2012
#pedagoofriday used #triptico to create deal or no deal game for GCSE PE kids won xtra hmwk, & me to do press ups! Missed out on a party!
— Alicia Berry (@elderberry1) December 14, 2012
#PedagooFriday Reluctant writer in Yr10 producing this in 6 minute plenary and having it commented on by @imcmillan twitter.com/SimBadd64/stat…
— Simon Baddeley (@SimBadd64) December 14, 2012
My ‘wow’ moment this week was when 3 yr11 students turned up for lunch revision. Made my week! #pedagoofriday
— Anjanette (@Ginger_Non_Geek) December 14, 2012
#pedagoofriday having 500 pupils thoroughly entertained from having their teachers make fools of themselves youtu.be/CQ15hHqZ7Oc @pedagoo
— Mr Parkinson (@ICT_MrP) December 14, 2012
#pedagoofridayyr 13 use window for revision mat. extends classroom and stimulates thought. caretaker less happy! twitter.com/mrpeel/status/…
— jonathan peel (@mrpeel) December 14, 2012
#PedagooFriday Best thing this week was 1 hour Twitter revision session with students in prep for mock exams. Extending my classroom walls!
— davidfawcett (@davidfawcett27) December 14, 2012