#100Ideas hashtags

@TeacherToolkitIn 2010, Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit from a simple Twitter account through which he rapidly became the ‘most followed teacher on social media in the UK’. In 2015, he was nominated as one of the ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain’ by The Sunday… Read more about @TeacherToolkitHere are a list of all the new hashtags that feature in my book, 100 Ideas: Outstanding Lessons. If you have a copy, then this short article will make total sense. Bookmark it now, as a place of reference.Challabing:challabing, verb.Definition: ‘to collaborate on the creation of a chapter or idea.’ Yes, that means you!Photo Credit: origamidon via Compfight ccThe hastags on offer:For those that have purchased 100 Ideas, this table will serve as a useful summary, to read and use when sharing content and thoughts from various hashtags within the book. Use the table below as a reference tool when tweeting photos and resources for each idea.For example, two weeks after publication, there have already been resources created by 2 or 3 teachers for Idea 56: TakeAwayHmk. These resources have already been tweeted; shared online with a photo and reincarnated. Take a look here.If you find something you like, click on the hashtag to go live to read what everybody is talking about..#100IdeasIdea chapter:Title:Hashtag:Context:Further reading:5Monday morning mantra#100MMMMonday Morning Mantra. Evolving hashtag7Corridor chaos#CorridorChaosKeeping bad aura out the classroom.8Get spiked!#GetSpikedCreating a learning buzz.9The 5 Minute Lesson Plan#5MinPlanDo I need to say anymore?http://bit.ly/5MinPlan10Smarter marking#SmartAssSaving time when marking…11Literateness#LiteratenessTeaching literacy (keywords).12Numeral Notions#YouDoTheMathsTeaching numeracy.13Don’t forget the gherkin#GherkinThat inspired moment.15Don’t drink and teach#TeaTeachingWhat if you were being observed?Established hashtag16The 7ePlan#7ePlanStages of learning to aid lesson planning.http://bit.ly/More7ePlan20The 5 Minute Marking Plan#5MinMarkingPlanSpeed up your marking!http://bit.ly/More5MinMarkingPlan21Covert press-ganging#CovertFeedbackUndercover feedback.Evolving hashtag22Assertive acolytes#AcolytesPositive routines.Established hashtag23Dangerous taxation#CashForGradesTax levy in return for grades and good behaviour.Established hashtag24#Bananas#BananasMarking to inform lesson planning.Established hashtag25Bloom’s Post-it#PostItBlooms taxonomy using Post-it notes.Established hashtag26SOLO#SOLOSOLO taxonomy explained.Established hashtag28The 5 Minute Marking Plan (part 2)#5MinMarkingPlanTwo-way feedback.http://bit.ly/More5MinMarkingPlan32Beyond AfL#BAfLPeer instrcution; JiTT and questioning.34Pitch perfect#PitchPerfectPerfectly-pitched lesson planning.Established hashtag35What? Me!#WhatMeHigh expectations.Established hashtag37Incite#InciteFostering relationships in the classroom.Established hashtag39So, what if?#WhatIfTeacherAllow students to lead their learning.40Sweat the small stuff#SsSConsistency. Established hashtag43Padlocked#PadlockedZero tolerance. Established hashtag46Teaching behaviour: the ‘what’#BehaveOne size does not fit all. Established hashtag47Managing behaviour: the ‘why’#BehavePlan thoughtfully and share your reasons. Established hashtag48Modelling behaviour: the ‘how’#BehavePractice what you preach Established hashtag49Supporting behaviour: the ‘what if’#BehaveStrategies and actions. Established hashtag50Fix that tie!#TieFixAccentuate the positive.51Every lesson, every day#OOHsOne-off homeworks.Established hashtag52My greatest mistake#MistakesMistakes are welcome: re-drafting.Established hashtag55Spit it out! What? Why? How?#WWHStudent reflection and feedback.Established hashtag56Takeaway homework#TakeAwayHmkOn the spot homework allocation.Evolving hashtag59The jury is out#OrderHomework postcodes.61Show off#ShowOffOutstanding criteria guidance63Pose pause pounce bounce#PPPBAfL questioning techniqueRead more here.65Robotic talk#RoboQsEmbrace your inner robot!66Reducing teacher talk#TeacherTalkStrategies for reducing talk in the classroom.Read more here.69The ripple effect#PebbleDropPositive ethos outside the classroom.72Triangulation#TriangulationInformed judgements.Established hashtag73Transfixed#TransfixedCapturing imagination.Established hashtag74Open classroom#OpenClassroomOpen your door to the world!Resource here.75Building blocks#BuildingBlocksMeaningful feedback and marking.Established hashtag77Improving learning, not proving progress#20MinObsProgress over time. What is it?Evolving hashtag78Student Meet#StudentMeetA TeachMeet for students in your classroom.Established hashtag79Pedagogically speaking#PiagetConstructivisim – exisiting knowledge.Established hashtag80Breathe#BreathePit-stop meditation.Established hashtag81Hit and hope#HaHThinking on your feet!Established hashtag82Desultory days#RandomRisksGo with the flow – natural progress.Evolving hashtag83Visualise!#VisualiseMake memories stick!Established hashtag85Phew!#PhewTeacher exhasution strategies.Established hashtag86The 5 Minute Lesson Evaluation#5MinEvalReview and reflect on lesson planning.Read more here.87Stickability#StickabilityMake learning stick!Read more here. Evolving hashtag88Shush – the deadly sin#ShushTackling low-level behaviour.Established hashtag91KISS#KISSKeep It Simple and Stupid.Established hashtag94NO EXCUSES!#NoExcusesA useful motto for Outstanding.Established hashtag95Shut Up!#ShutUpInappropriate language.Established hashtag97Test your strength#StrongTeacherAre you hard enough?Evolving hashtag 98Bums on seats#BummerSeating plans.Established hashtag99Blender#BlenderLearning through various key methods.Established hashtag100Twitter for the classroom GetMeStarted#GetMeStartedA guide to setting up a classroom account.Established hashtagChallabing:challabing, verb.Pronunciation: /t∫æ’læbɪŋ/Etymology: chapter + collaborationsDefinition: to collaborate on the creation of a chapter or idea.The pronunciation is using IPA, the International Phonetic Alphabet and with the help of my editors, we have used the characters from the IPA online.I have worked out the word-pronunciation to be: /t∫æ’læbɪŋt∫ is the ‘ch’ sound in chapteræ is the ‘a’ sound in catl is the ‘l’ sound in limab is the ‘b’ sound in busɪ is the ‘i’ sound in interestŋ is the ‘ng’ sound at the end of singClick the book to buy a copy:Click here to buy 100 IdeasRelated articlesGrab #outstanding lessons with both hands! by @TeacherToolkit (teachertoolkit.me)51.511214-0.119824Related

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