Active Revision Strategies in the Classroom article for UKEd Magazine

As part of promoting my book, 100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers – Revision, as well as the desire to share effective revision strategies in the run up to the exam period, I have an article called Active Revision Strategies in the Classroom  for the April edition of UKEd Magazine. The article is about a number of useful revision strategies which teachers can use for any subject and help prepare students for any assessment. The strategies require minimum preparation time but have maximum impact on supporting students to revise effectively. I very much enjoyed putting the article together and hope that readers find informative and useful. The link below will take you to the online edition of the magazine which is called Revision and Assessment Tools. It is an excellent edition which contains lots of thoughtful and helpful articles which all teachers from all levels and sectors would find informative. UKEd Magazine is well worth reading every month and has some brilliant educators writing on a whole range of education issues.

http://ukedchat.com/magazine/april-2016/3/

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3 thoughts on “Active Revision Strategies in the Classroom article for UKEd Magazine

  1. Hi the link to UKedchat results in a page not found (404). I’m interested in reading the article and would love a working link please

    • Thanks for letting me know. I was unaware that the link had changed. I have updated the link and hopefully you can find the article useful.

      • thanks for fixing this. Lots of good stuff in the whole magazine for this time of year!

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