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Using Sticky Notes as an Important Classroom Resource



Bloomsbury Education

Paul Wright qualified as a teacher in one of the first cohorts of teachersd in the Graduate Teacher Training Programme at Northumbria University and has subsequently taught in secondary schools in Northumberland, Bedfordshire and Warwickshire. He is currently a Head of Faculty in a busy secondary school. Outside of schools he coordinates and speaks at TeachMeet events and can regularly be found commenting on educational matters via Twitter @pw2tweets and on his blog

How many expensive resources have you tried in your class?

Would you believe that there’s really so much you can do to engage your learners with just a set of sticky notes?img_20160922_092613002_hdr

I do, I’ve seen teachers pull out a packet of sticky notes and then engage learners in all manner of amazing and engaging activities.

It’s why they feature over five pages in my new book Teach, Reflect, Doodle… I wanted to give teacher…

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