Taking inspiration from online resources is a great way to invigorate teaching and learning, and there are so many great websites freely available to teachers that it can sometimes seem like there are too many to choose from.
Many teachers select websites that are available to use in lessons and therefore need to make sure that they are accessible within schools. Alternatively, using inspiration from various online resources can support practical activities, collaborations, or different approaches to teaching about a topic.
Following on from the popular #UKEdChat poll, this session will build a collection of websites which are great in supporting a variety of educational sectors, curriculum areas, or key stages.
From 8 pm on Thursday evening, via the #UKEdChat Twitter hashtag, we will list some of our favourite websites to be used in an educational context, therefore this session will only have one call – with a few caveats -> no-advertising and avoid self-promotion of blogs or websites!
Share your Great Teaching Websites
Remember to include the #UKEdChat Hashtag in your tweet, along with noting the relevant curriculum area and/or key stage.
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