Secondary resources collections featured in the TES magazine: Friday 26th August 2011
- It is always difficult to know what to do in those first few lessons in September with a new class. Cracking on with the Scheme of Work might be a good idea, but perhaps not if the first topic is written methods of multiplication, or something equally as uninspiring. If you want to set the right tone - that maths is both enjoyable and challenging - then hopefully this batch of resources will help you. You will find puzzles, mysteries and problems all aimed to get the year off to a positive and flying start.
- This collection is designed to introduce you to examples of the different types of resources available on the TES resources website for teaching Post-16 (AS and A level) Biology and Human Biology. From web links to engaging videos, power points to games, cartoons to questions, and guided note-making to genetic investigations. Many of the activities presented are transferable to other topic areas. If you don’t find the exact topic you want amongst this collection, why not visit TES resources to look for it? And, if you see topic gaps, why not submit your own?
- A new collection of videos and resources from TrueTube for secondary teachers and professionals who work with young people. Real life experiences from youth workers, community leaders and former gang members.
Previously featured collections