The Pick of the #pedagoofriday Tweets 20.4.12

A selection of this week’s #pedagoofriday tweets.

The CPD of the future: so accessible you can pick up an innovative teaching strategy when you’ve got your netbook on your knee on a Friday night whilst watching the Simpsons, eating a Chinese carry out and drinking red wine.

Receiving my own ActiView; using it to examine parts of leaves and plants on the IWB then to evaluate learners' art. #pedagoofriday
P4 at UphallPS have begun some games based learning about Africa - #pedagoofriday
Robert Drummond
Still buzzing from P3 'measure treasure hunt' around the school this afternoon! Kids were so creative with their findings 🙂 #pedagoofriday
Danielle McNulty
#pedagoofriday highers peer-review prelim tasked 2 explain 2 partner where they lost marks/why – great higher order thinking & discussion
Gareth Surgey
#PedagooFriday Uploaded some films made by primary pupils with myself and a colleague to our website
Julie Sutherland
Planted lettuce, broccoli, carrots, peas, peppers, courgettes and potatoes in our garden! (now hoping something grows!) #pedagoofriday
Kirsty Forbes
Used #Glow Science films this week in your classroom? Share the best bits with other Scottish teachers here! #pedagoofriday
My new S2 are really enthusiastic about having to learn about photo manipulation for homework! #pedagoofriday
Neil Winton
A great start to a new term. 1 minute challenge Inspired by a post I read on @ #pedagoofriday #sharing #edchat
Lisa Warner
#pedagoofriday Began literacy research project with S1 and S2. Mediating the process leads to focused, clear research.
Judith Weston

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