The Internet is amazing! I saw one of these word lists that primary school teachers love on Twitter and that sent me exploring for more! I started off by looking up a list of alternative words for ‘nice’, as one always needs that at school, and came across all these lists of alternatives in different locations. Take a look! There’s no doubt – teachers of English can find some amazing stuff when they surf the Internet…or use Twitter!
Alternative words for ‘nice’ from htt...Read more
As I was browsing Twitter today I came across a retweet of a post by @PrimaryIdeas. I looked them up on Twitter and my search led me to another site called 3X3 links where they advertise links to their various resources http://www.3x3links.com/pi.
What is 3X3 links?
3X3Links (http://www.3x3links.com/index.html). is a useful webtool that allows you to create links, namely 9, to resources. This could be useful as an Internet start page. When you open 3X3Links it describes itself as an I...Read more
While browsing around on one of my favourite applications, Twitter, I came across a couple of interesting tweets inviting folk in the UK to a TeachTweet! I know about TeachMweets (and love them) but TeachTweets?! Well luckily for me, it is all happening tonight (31st October) so I’ll be there virtually to investigate! It is all part of the #ukedchat Twitter chat.
The TeachTweet website
There is a TeachTweet website (http://uk...Read more
Submitted by Fiona Beal
Twitter is definitely a teacher’s best friend! The ideas…and CREATIVE ideas at that… that come from one’s Twitter PLN are phenomenal. For example in a recent tweet I saw that Mark Anderson (@ICTevangelist) recommended #FF (which means ‘follow’) @ict_magic and @teachertoolkit. Now I know the wonderful @ict_magic (Martin Burett) virtually and follow him, but didn’t know @Teachertoolkit so I look...Read more