Get creative with Othello
Globe Education will run a one-day course (19 October, #163;150) that explores creative ways of teaching Shakespeare at A level. Focusing on Othello, it will cover the Bard's characters, language and plays in performance, and include a discussion of the Globe theatre's architecture and how it affects the audienceactor relationship. To book, call 020 7902 1467 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A new app brings Latin to the iPhone generation. Available for smartphone, tablet or PC, it covers the vocabulary needed for OCR GCSE Latin and uses games to help pupils revise. Zondle Latin Vocab can be downloaded from the App Store and is free until the end of September. bit.lyZondleLatin
Fun and games
Gemraroloz has shared a "guess who" game using cartoon and film characters. Pupils must describe a character without saying their name. It is a great reward for good behaviour or way to help young pupils construct descriptive sentences. bit.lyguessingfun
Vision on the deaf
Life amp; DeafSigns of the Past is a joint exhibition at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, London, which documents the creative work of young deaf people. Photos capture poetry, performance and art workshops, while a video project explores the naval college for a British Sign Language audience. Until 30 September.
Sing in perfect harmony
Encourage pupils to sing with choral arrangements from Jenny Mus. There are songs from Bruno Mars, The Jackson 5 and Leona Lewis. bit.lysingingschool.