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KS1 problem solving

Discussion in 'Primary' started by lan4, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. Hello! I was wondering if anyone could help me. I’m currently teaching in year one and the head doesn’t think my planning is good enough (I do not agree as well as other within the SLT) I wondered if anyone had any good ideas for teaching hands on, practical problem solving lessons in year 1 to compare to what I am teaching.
    Thanks : )

  2. Is it your planning documentation that your head doesnt think is good enough, or is it the content of the lessons themselves? x
  3. the content
  4. I'd love to look at this but don't have smart notebook [​IMG]

    Any chance of putting this in a word doc? Pretty please . . . .[​IMG]
  5. Thank you, some great ideas : )

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