Firstly, let’s get the jargon out of the way: what is a MOOC? It’s just an acronym, standing for Massive Open Online Course. Anyone can enrol, there’s no limit on numbers. Having seen other people on Twitter chatting about their experiences, I decided it was time to dip my toes in the water and find [...]
Somehow, more than a week has gone by since #CampEd12. My blog post is still a work in progress, but in the meantime, here are a few pictures (click on the thumbnails to see larger images):
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All photos by Lois Lindemann licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & [...]
Here’s a nice maths activity for European Day of Languages: BODMAS / BIDMAS bingo.
So far I’ve made four versions: French, Spanish, German and Italian.
To play you will need:
Bingo grids A list of the numbers from 1 – 10 in the language that you are using. The lists include pronunciation guides. A [...]
I was amused by an advert in the window of my local Oxfam shop a couple of weeks ago. "Easter Egg Hunt?" it asked, before adding, "Clue: they’re in here." I haven’t been in to buy any eggs yet, but it did remind me that it was time to set up a very popular annual [...]
World Maths Day may have been yesterday (1st March), but happily the final dateline wasn’t crossed until late this morning, so my Y8 group had a chance to take part.
Sometimes it’s good to stop worrying about levels and just have some fun! And much fun was had – they loved it. There was [...]