Presentations

My free resources are over here on this page. I also explain why I now offer my own pay-per-download resources; created by teachers-for-teachers.

Resources for sale:

You can download any presentation by clicking on the image. This will take you to a secure PayPal site. Alternatively, you can view all my resources for sale, by clicking on the PayPal logo at the bottom of the page, or fast-track here.

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1. PocketStrain and BrainStrain

 PocketStrain and BrainStrain (60 slides)

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Product description: this is a dynamic classroom-resource; a fresh 60-slide Powerpoint presentation; a teacher resource which focuses on 5 time-saving techniques for every classroom teacher. The presentation offers you time-saving ideas and resources; with templates and examples; focusing your thoughts and classroom strategies on marking; feedback and redrafting work; lesson planning; marking; setting homework and improving literacy. The Powerpoint includes full notes and links to document templates and further reading.

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2. #Vamoose!

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Product description: This is an insight into the social-media presence of @TeacherToolkit. How does one person, generate over 1-million website views and over 50,000 Twitter followers? Find out here, in this intriguing 70-slide Powerpoint presentation; a blogger resource which offers several key strategies, for developing your own online identity; a brand; using blogging platforms to create a genuine worldwide readership. With this presentation, you too, can do the same … The Powerpoint includes hyperlinks to document templates and further reading. Preview here.

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3. #Reciprocation

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Product description: This resource offers 5 classroom strategies to embed proactive peer-to-peer feedback. Reciprocation is used as the context of this resource and is defined as ‘making feedback stick’ between teacher-student and peer-to-peer. What you say, may not be heard, and what you do, may not be seen. Therefore, how can you instil a feedback mechanism within your own classroom with the greatest of ease and with maximum influence … The Powerpoint includes hyperlinks to further reading. Preview here.

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4. #BeyondLessonObs by @TeacherToolkit and @LeadingLearner

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Product description: It is time to move #BeyondLessonGrades to the Quality of Teaching, taking into account teaching over time; work completed by students between the observed lessons and the progress shown by students through assessments. Included in this download is a PDF file document to explain the resource in more detail. Within the resource is an Excel file that is the key resource for going #BeyondLessonObs gradings. A temporary preview is shown below, with a blogpost to explain the resource in more detail, here. Preview here.

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5. Creative Teaching and Applied Imagination:

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Product description: In this resource, I debate that the process of creativity may be applied to any given context. That creativity is a ‘learned process’ through knowledge and skills and not based on ‘natural ability’ alone. This resource looks over the past 60 years in British Education and looks specifically at the creative process (used in schools) and the evidence to suggest that creativity is rigorous; that creativity is learned and not inherit and that creative-based subjects within the curriculum are engaged in a theoretical and stooped in cognitive process. This document offers academic research and classroom strategies that have impact on classroom practice within any subject and calls upon all teachers to consider; how does the active, concrete learning tradition enable cognitive and emotional growth? And what influences bear upon the process; the teacher, the environment, the task, the learners themselves? Preview here.

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6. #FormativeLessonObs by @TeacherToolkit and @LeadingLearner:

Product description: This is the second in a series of three solutions for moving beyond lesson judgements, towards formative observations and development. A full blogpost is here. The resource is devised around a few key sections and then further sub-divided into categories: Planning – Teacher Clarity and High Challenge, Developing Subject Procedural and Meta Cognitive Knowledge; 2. Practice – Positive Climate for Learning and Effective Classroom Practice and 3. Follow Up – High Quality Feedback and Homework (Secondary). You can see a preview below.

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7. One Small Tweet for Teachers, One Giant Blog for Teaching.

Product description: This resource contains over 200 slides, with tips and insights for using social media. In my presentation, I discuss several issues for blogging and tweeting teachers. The resource takes you through my own professional (social-media) journey since 2007. You can see a preview below.

One Small Blog for Teachers One Giant Blog for Teaching.

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Stirling Scotland STEP conference @TeacherToolkit Blogging and Twitter advice

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7 thoughts on “Presentations

  1. Just wondering where you get the images from that you use in the presentations?

    Posted by michaelserridge | November 22, 2014, 4:38 PM

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