Martin Richards

Tip # 5 – Assessments

Assessments can be carried out in a multitude of different ways. Some subjects lend themselves better to paper-and-pencil assessment, others require student’s performance on stage,

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Tip #3 – Collaboration

As you can see in the previous blog about working in groups, the rules and the group work roles lend themselves towards collaboration. However, many

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Tip # 1 – Groups

One way of including a range of different students is to work with groups. Groups function like small classes within the classroom. ​The groups can

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The Janitor

At one college the janitor (whose job it is to clean the toilets, repair broken windows, clear graffiti etc) was proudly showing me around the

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Superman’s Underpants

I was a new teacher, at my first job at a Secondary School. I was enthusiastic about Mathematics, and wanted to pass on my enthusiasm

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Paper, Scissors and Glue

This had been a paper, scissors and glue lesson. Paper had been cut and glued. Hair had been cut and glued. And even a few

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