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Because seven is a registered six offender. Used by Year 11 student as a joke… revealed with provision of username and password as part of a programming exercise. The class thought it was pretty funny… and a fairly interesting exercise in … Continue reading
Teachers cannot touch or confiscate phones. Students however can volunteer to place them up front… Six and counting. NOTE: The phones were not being used for school work or any urgent requirement. Further NOTE: No phones (or students) were harmed … Continue reading
What were they thinking? This has scared a few customers on their way out. It kind of creeps into your peripheral vision… Looks like a refugee from a Chucky movie… I sure the arms were upright yesterday…
Seen at WEGC. I thought this was quite clever. It ran to about 40 decimal places.
Schools cannot afford stand up desks so you have to improvise. A good use for old text books… Strangely the students are not so keen on the idea.
Apart from using old text books as door stops (I do) they can also be used to teach posture. One student managed it for an entire lesson. Note: We don’t really teach posture but sometimes I think we should.