How to: Get students to line up quickly and quietly

Ever had one of those moments when you see another class lined up perfectly straight, quiet and attentive while yours run riot in the hallway? Truth is I think we all have, and its easy to want to scream and shout at them asking 'Why can't you be nice like that class?!' however, don't despair … Continue reading How to: Get students to line up quickly and quietly

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How To: Incorporate More Games into Your Lessons

As teachers we all know the tremendous benefits of using games for learning; however it is so easy in the middle of a busy week, term or year to lose track of their importance and neglect to include as many as you would like to. In this post I'll be discussing a few tips and … Continue reading How To: Incorporate More Games into Your Lessons

Great Games Part Three: No resources needed

For the final part of this mini-series I'm going to look at a handful of games that hit a number of great criteria: They help students to learn or practice something importantThey are fun and engagingThey require nothing (or at least, very little!) These games are great to have ready for those moments when a … Continue reading Great Games Part Three: No resources needed