In the past few years we’ve completely changed the way we plan at school. We’re focusing more on challenge for all and using questioning to extend learning. Within our year group team, I’m responsible for planing the foundation subjects (history, geography and science) and I often struggled to think of question stems that would support the six areas of Bloom’s Taxonomy. I was fed up of digging through planning folders and notes from staff meetings so I decided to create myself a collection within my bullet journal.
Because it’s in my bujo, I refer to it whenever I’m planning, contribting to keeping me organised and productive. Simples!
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are you write your school journal also on your bujo?
I was only using one bujo but I’m going to use 2 in slightly different ways this term. Look out for a blog post soon!
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