It is so nice to see such great sharing amongst us. When we all have the same passion and aim to be fantastic teachers, it is great to share the ideas amongst our peers.
Jacqueline’s post shows how proactive she is, as she has set up an area for resources for assignment 3. Whilst she mentioned that her class that she is going to for PE doesn’t have much technology available, Jacqueline remains positive and is trying to find ways to add ICT to her teaching. Good luck on Prac Jacqueline!
I had a great time looking through information that Fletch had provided. Fletch provided lots of interactive games that we could incorporate into class. They looked to be quite engaging and fun for the students.
Thank you friends for sharing your fabulous finds. 🙂
So we need to complete ‘one more activity’ in week 4.
I will have a go, but I don’t know if I will remember how to post to the Diigo group….
My unit for assignment 2 will be for Year 4 Science. It will be about waste management.
My ideas for my possible unit for assignment 2 are to firstly discover what we locally do with rubbish. Then students will research Australia. Then, using the internet, students will research what different countries do with their waste. I also though that maybe students could Skype a school in another country to discuss their waste management in their school and compare. They could ask questions etc. I don’t even know if this would be doable, but these are my ideas.
Now, to see if I can post this on Feedly…….
Just had to share something that has made me smile for the night.
In one of the sample unit plans for assignment 2, there is a unit plan on Migrating to Australia in the 1800s. If you have time to have a look, one of the aims of the school (stage 1, context) is to increase it’s truancy rate. Yes, INCREASE the school’s truancy rate.
Interesting 🙂 😉 🙂
Anyway, back to mine……
Oh, how I can relate to Kim Wilson’s procrastination cycle!! When life is so busy, it is super easy to procrastinate and leave things until the last minute. But when it happens regularly, it does become a little depressing 😦
Kim did learn a helpful tip from Mr. Clancy who has a blog called ‘My Assignment Secret‘. He has learnt through the duration of his studies to write 300 words a day. This sounds do-able and once you get on a roll, the information just comes flowing. So, essentially, we would write more than 300 words. Clever!!
Many Universities have some assignment tips…. Here is one bit of advice. Many more out there 🙂 Good luck…
It was so nice to find out where our placement is so early. In previous subjects I have only found out 5 days before having to start. Knowing earlier has allowed me to contact my mentor teacher. Unfortunately, like Amy Stoneley, I haven’t received a response yet. But I know how busy teachers are, so I haven’t given up. I am hoping to be able to go in and meet him and the class.
I did learn something from Amy’s post though .. I didn’t realise that we could wear USQ tops. I would have left too late by now. But I think that is a great idea. By wearing the USQ polo tops, we would show who we are, where we are from but also eliminate the unnecessary worry of looking professional/what to wear. A great thought that I might consider for next time, thanks Amy. 🙂
Anyway, I shall worry about Prac after Tuesday night 😉
Oh how the quick quiz in week 4 made me smile. I was thinking, “gee, what do we need to know” and then it was three very simple mathematical questions. Thanks David.
I was going through some blogs as I begin to stress about assignment 2 and notice Emma Mcvean’s very useful blog on Stage 1. Thanks Emma!!
Oh, how busy life is. And how much to do…..
Keep plodding. The life of a teacher-to-be….