Media Literacy Week is approaching in Finland, but media literacy is a current topic at any time of the year.
As I promised in my previous blog post, we continue discussing media literacy in this second part!
There’s one day in a year, when you officially have a permission to laugh at your pupils expense. It’s today, on April Fool’s day. Who wouldn’t love a good prank, and here are our three favourites to do on Seppo.
We all know how meaningful it feels to get thanked for our efforts and receive good feedback. In the best case it gives the kind of boost that makes you want to stretch that extra mile when you really thought that you couldn't possibly do any better.
Quizzes are a great way to start or end a lesson. But it's actually really easy to use gamification also in more effective ways. Here are three simple ways for you to turn your quizzes into engaging and motivating lessons.
When I was working as a teacher, I didn’t bother to do much extra work. I mainly stuck with routines that were working just fine for me and my students. It meant that the most used learning solution in my class was a school book.