Tips for teachers

20 Things to do with my pants!

This is a fun way to get the mental powers warmed up and works with all ages; I’ve even done this activity with business owners!

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“What Ifs”

“What Ifs” are a great way to both get the creative juices flowing and draw together all sorts of knowledge and ideas; going from one idea to many ideas.

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If this is the answer

“If this is the answer, what is the question?” is a great way to encourage children in a number of ways.

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More “What Ifs”

As a follow up to the original “What Ifs”, here are suggestions for more. Remember, “What Ifs” work well with all ages, mixed ability groupings.

Some subjects are more suitable or some age groups than others.

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EVEN More “What Ifs”

As a follow up to the original “What Ifs”, here are suggestions for EVEN more. Remember, “What Ifs” work well with all ages, mixed ability groupings.

Some subjects are more suitable or some age groups than others.

Click here to view & download

Great ways to mess up

Often, we are asked to think of good-to-great ways to solve a problem, or to offer up really good ideas about something.

In such instances, there is an inclination for us to be super judgmental about the quality of our own ideas. “What if my idea isn’t good enough?”

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Challenging our more able

While delivering CPD to teachers in Scotland, a teacher told me, “I know I need to provide more challenge for my more able, but I just don’t know how or where I’ll find the time to create more challenging stuff for them.”

This opened up a really valuable dialogue that I would like to share with you.

Click here to view & download

More tips for teachers coming soon!

Tips for teachers

20 Things to do with my pants!

This is a fun way to get the mental powers warmed up and works with all ages; I’ve even done this activity with business owners!

Click here to view & download

“What Ifs”

“What Ifs” are a great way to both get the creative juices flowing and draw together all sorts of knowledge and ideas; going from one idea to many ideas.

Click here to view & download

If this is the answer

“If this is the answer, what is the question?” is a great way to encourage children in a number of ways.

Click here to view & download

More ‘What Ifs”

As a follow up to the original “What Ifs”, here are suggestions for more. Remember, “What Ifs” work well with all ages, mixed ability groupings.

Some subjects are more suitable or some age groups than others.

Click here to view & download

EVEN More “What Ifs”

As a follow up to the original “What Ifs”, here are suggestions for EVEN more. Remember, “What Ifs” work well with all ages, mixed ability groupings.

Some subjects are more suitable or some age groups than others.

Click here to view & download

Great ways to mess up

Often, we are asked to think of good-to-great ways to solve a problem, or to offer up really good ideas about something.

In such instances, there is an inclination for us to be super judgmental about the quality of our own ideas. “What if my idea isn’t good enough?”

Click here to view & download

Challenging our more able

While delivering CPD to teachers in Scotland, a teacher told me, “I know I need to provide more challenge for my more able, but I just don’t know how or where I’ll find the time to create more challenging stuff for them.”

This opened up a really valuable dialogue that I would like to share with you.

Click here to view & download

More tips for teachers coming soon!