Here's the history of education! Including everything from the ancient world in the Library in Alexandria, and early education in the U.S. (picture via edtechdigest)

Best Education Infographics – 2013

The History Of Education Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Education category. Check out The History Of Education now!

Brighten up your classroom and inspire your students with these 20 growth mindset posters that feature quotes from famous and influential people in history. Change the poster up once a week for a "Growth Mindset Quote Of The Week" (poster for weekly display included!) or use the posters to create a large bulletin display!  Bell ringer slide format and student activities are also included!

Growth mindset posters & assignment: famous quotes

Brighten up your classroom and inspire your students with these 20 growth mindset posters that feature quotes from famous and influential people in history. Change the poster up once a week for a "Growth Mindset Quote Of The Week" (poster for weekly displ

Infographic illustrating the 6 types of Socratic Question to stimulate critical thinking

Challenging misconceptions, negative thought processes & habitual distorted thinking patterns through "Critical thinking" based upon Socrates' basic philosophical questions. Also known as Challenging Perceptions in therapy & coaching.

Cute. Could be a part of a library display with the Shakespeare books from the collection.

Don’t worry, be happy (15 photos)

A curriculum mapping document which outlines the content of the new National Curriculum (2014+) for primary schools. There is one page for each year group (Y1-Y6) showing the expected content to be covered, including yearly outline for core subjects, a suggested sequence for History, and biennial sequences for other foundation subjects. Based on the final detail released in September 2013.

A curriculum mapping document which outlines the content of the new National Curriculum for primary schools. There is one page for each year group showing the expected content to be covered, including yearly outline for core subjects, a su.

This ones for older students and can push students to use several different kinds of prompts in their writing. I love that it is visually stimulating and therefore students are more likely to refer to it when writing in class. It shows that there are many ways to evaluate a text and starting with each prompt can change the tone and content of your paragraph/essay. This can be used anytime my students are asked to analyze/evaluate a text, story, video, etc.

Why You Should Never Trust Spell Check

27 Evaluative writing prompts - or evaluative linking words/phrases - that you can use in an essay.

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