Guest teacher author Roisín O Rourke, has shared some game ideas that will require your students to take care and think about numbers and patterns carefully.
Looking for Maths Week inspiration? Guest teacher author, Roisín O Rourke, has shared three rapid fire game ideas to engage students with number facts and counting.
Autumn can be an inspiration for creativity. Change, renewal, cascades of colour. Here are some ways you might harness the season.
Teacher author, Roisín, has shared some seasonal outdoor learning activity ideas that you could incorporate into an Autumn Trail around the school grounds.
Teacher author, Roisín, has shared some ways to make the most out of this time of the year and get your class thinking of the colours of the season with some simple Autumn Art ideas for younger students.
Although there is an important debate about the nature of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, group reward systems can be a great aid in effective classroom management if used in a considered way. Guest teacher author, Aoife, shares some of her approaches.
While we are naturally focussed on the well-being of our students. it is good to remember that the best way to be able to do that is to make sure we take care of ourselves too. Teacher author Aoife shares some of her TLC tips for teachers.
Children thrive when happy. Maintaining a calm and relaxing environment builds a positive and productive learning atmosphere. Guest teacher author, Roisin, has shared some of he tips on managing wellbeing in the classroom.
The healthy 'buzz' of an engaged and active class can be sign that things are going right but when noise becomes a problem, it is good if children can learn to manage the noise level themselves. Guest teacher author, Roisin, shares three of her tips.
Your first day in your new class is an opportunity to create a positive and lasting impact on students' lives and start to set things up for an enjoyable year. Our guest teacher author, Roisin, has shared some tips for making that all important first day go well.