8 Reasons to Use Exit Tickets In Your Lessons

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Now I’m sure this is something you have all heard of, but I thought I’d post just in case any of my readers haven’t heard about it, or don’t know the benefits of them or even how to use them. So here goes, I’m going to explain what they are and give you 8 reasons why I think you should be using them in your classroom. Basically an exit ticket is a document you get […]

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Buzz Word Bingo

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So a few weeks ago at university we were learning about engagement and how to get students listening in the classroom, and to know when they are listening. Obviously there’s the obvious one of putting them on the spot with questions and seeing if they know what on earth you are talking about, but we were told about another technique to get the whole class involved and I’d like to share it with you all […]

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Pose, Pause, Pounce, Bounce!!

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Hi everyone, todays post is all about a questioning technique which I have found to be extremely useful in the classroom, so I thought I’d share it with you in case you aren’t aware of it. I came across this strategy at university, but we only briefly looked at it, so I went away and found more information about the technique. I found the most useful source to be Ross Morrison McGill founder of Teacher Toolkit. […]

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