Friday, October 28, 2016

FRIDAY FIELD TRIP - 28 October, 2016



THIS WEEK IN EDUCATION
Sean Coughlan asks, "Why do Finnish pupils succeed with less homework?"

Peter Schmidt talks about the tricky task of teaching about Trump.

The Telegraph reports that a third of new teachers quit within the first five years.

Ten lessons Sophie Devonshire learned as a student teacher.

There is an increase in Scottish parents complaining about their children's teachers, says Andrew Denholm.

Shocked teachers reveal some of the worst lunches they've seen their students eating.

Tom Sherrington lists what he believes are teaching pitfalls.

Catlin Tucker talks about "unlearning everything" she was taught about teaching.


THIS WEEK IN TEACHING IDEAS
Friday Film Club: Teaching with 'The Man Who Sells the Moon'.

Exploring space with Dr. Seuss!

Halloween candy bouquet ideas!

Five minute film festival to use films as writing prompts!

Student-led Pokémon-Go project transforms a school!


THIS WEEK IN INSPIRING
Congratulations to this New Britain teacher who won a $25,000 education award!

This Perth teacher got quite a surprise during a school graduation assembly!

Two teachers share the love of education on World Teacher's Day.

Sherwood students rally for their teacher to get a kidney.


THIS WEEK FROM THE VAULT
Why do teachers quit? Liz Riggs asked the question in 2013. Has anything changed since then?


THIS WEEK IN RANDOM
Spoiler Alert! The Walking Dead returned to our screens this week and we finally learned the answer to *the* question of the year! But has TV violence gone too far?

Is it Bill Murray or Tom Hanks? You decide.


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