Mrs Humanities shares… Twitter Highlights #3 May 26, 2019 by MrsHumanities Leave a comment Geography Coasts #geographyteacher diagrams to reduce the split-attention effective and maximise understanding. pic.twitter.com/dMqwxQU3BG— J Tomlinson (@MrTomlinsonGeog) May 13, 2019 Have used this idea three times this week to great success! Getting students to define the terminology before playing bingo has added a great new level 💡 #HASS #historyteacher #hassideas @geography_kes @KKNTeachLearn for the inspo! pic.twitter.com/SlA6aGNfM9— Amber Wesley 🌎📚 (@AmberWesley4) March 14, 2019 History Assessment in history #HistoryTeacher #humanities @MrsHumanities #Cre8tiveR pic.twitter.com/4TE7fMXDhH— Citizenship Educat (@cps_tweet) May 24, 2019 Year 11, don't underestimate the power of the timeline!! Make sure you fill in the empty boxes and colour co-ordinate the events with the themes #Year11Revision #historyteacher pic.twitter.com/HGbxb0Akuv— Jonny Hemphill (@worcesterjonny) May 17, 2019 Other Subjects Mr Birling vocab wheel used as a springboard to annotate with ideas and quotes; students are able to develop their ambitious vocabulary in context, hopefully making it stick! Thank you for the excellent idea @FergalBonio! #TeamEnglish https://t.co/cj4MLMGVMp pic.twitter.com/uT7gySRr3j— Miss Speed 📚 (@MissHSpeed) May 13, 2019 Year 3 have spent the last 2 weeks looking at geometry. Here’s the #MathsThisWeek that kicked it all off – lots of brilliant discussion about new vocabulary. We now know what geometry is really all about, in context! #MathsRocks #PrimaryRocks #MathsWorkingWall pic.twitter.com/hoevB3mMm9— Miss D (@TeachWithMissD) May 24, 2019 Teaching and Learning Keep engagement questions in your back pocket. Broaden the types of questions you ask. Download for free at: https://t.co/cQflOh5daw#HackLearning #HackingQs (Amazon: https://t.co/IGkHVPOD33) pic.twitter.com/qig5g3ZSU6— Connie Hamilton Ed.S (@conniehamilton) May 19, 2019 Really enjoying conversational marking on Yr12 essays: very useful insight into their analysis of their own work pic.twitter.com/jbHROogWAf— Liz Pattison (@LizBPattison) May 19, 2019 Wellbeing, workload and whatever else Each Year 8 form group was challenged to make something that represented them. So proud of how much effort my form have put into this masterpiece! One puzzle piece for each student in the form to show that they are a unique, essential and important part of the form group 🧩🌈🌟 pic.twitter.com/SzzQdfDFVu— Amy Searle 🌍 (@MissASearle) May 22, 2019 We all have mental health. Nobody is exempt and we're each responsible for looking after our own. Here's a great place to start: https://t.co/4JJRF75Pqp #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek2019 pic.twitter.com/R46pfkMP9w— Ditch the Label (@DitchtheLabel) May 13, 2019 Advertisement Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)MoreClick to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Author: MrsHumanities Teacher. Blogger. Friend.