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Teaching and Learning Mission Cards


T&L missions

After creating Learner Secret Mission Cards  I then got a bit excited when I came up with an idea for applying it to Teaching and Learning.

I love a good game (in fact spent several hours yesterday playing board games with the other half) and thought why not add the element of secrecy and challenge to CPD.

So I’d like to introduce to you “Teaching and Learning Missions”.

teacher cardsI’m rather excited about the idea, I know a number of colleagues that would be up for the challenge so can’t wait to invite them to participate with me.

Personally I’d make it an opt in activity, wouldn’t want to force it on people as it would take the fun out of it.

How does it work? 

Quite simple really, secretly deliver a mission to a participating member of staff. They take on the challenge of incorporating the named activity into one or more lessons that week. Read the information sheet below for more guidance.


If you’d like to use my Teaching and Learning Missions cards, you can download a PDF version of the blank cards here and with examples here.

Hope you like this little idea. If you download them and use them, please feedback.


Mrs Humanities



Author: MrsHumanities

Teacher. Blogger. Friend.

9 thoughts on “Teaching and Learning Mission Cards

  1. Both these resources are brilliant! Thank you so much!

    Have a good week! ?Lorette


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  2. I have a similar thing that I’ve been running at my school for the past two years and it’s been great to see the great practice that my colleagues have come out with! If anyone fancies the challenge, I’m hoping to share this idea with Twitter by uploading a mission every Monday. The hope is then that people will use the idea within the week and upload it to Twitter on Fridays using #Missionpossibleped and tagging me with @lamb_heart_tea.
    It would be great to have as many people taking part as possible!


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  4. This is a fantastic resource and I plan to start using them on Monday, thank you so much for sharing.


  5. Hi, the link for these is coming up as no longer working. Can I access them anywhere else? Thanks!


  6. The link doesn’t work… 😦 Thanks!!!! Great idea!


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