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The Really Lazy Teacher's Handbook is full of great lessons ideas that really promote thinking and you'll find plenty of immediate inspiration. It's more than six years since the bestselling Lazy Teacher's Handbook was first published and Jim Smith's Lazy Teaching philosophy has developed. The Lazy Teacher's Handbook book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Gathered over 10 years in the classroom, this handbook.. .

The premise is simple — sometimes the best thing we can do to help children learn is to stop teaching them.

The trick when doing things the Lazy Way is to capture those techniques you pulled out of the bag in a crisis and employ them in a systematic, less frantic manner. They are seemingly simple sentence starters that illustrate some kind of relationship between the things compared.

For example,. They may appear a bi t frivolous, but far from it, they get learners to work hard. There are also plenty of instant off-the-shelf starters available in Start Thinking by Marcelo Staricoff and Alan Rees, which gave me the inspiration to think about the similarities and differences between blood and ketchup.

Being lazy is a lot about the strategies and techniques you use to engage learners with and how much learning and thinking you can milk out of them.

I trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands.

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In between teaching jobs, I worked as an Ofsted inspector no hate mail please! I am the teacher without a tongue. I love the Lazy teacher book and your post has inspired me to read it again.

I teach in China but it was one of the things I made sure I had on the other side of the world.

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Notify me of new posts by email. This new revised edition details Jim's latest thinking on how to be the best lazy, but outstanding, teacher you can be.

Every chapter has been revised and some significantly expanded, particularly those on planning, conducting and reviewing lazy lessons. Others have been updated with Jim's latest tried-and-tested techniques, which all shift the emphasis away from the teaching and onto the learning. Have you ever wondered what would happen in your classroom if you simply stopped teaching?

Over the last few decades the demands of countless education initiatives, not to mention the pressures good teachers put on themselves, have seen so much teaching squeezed into our lessons, it must have squeezed out some of the learning.

Maybe if we spent a little less time teaching and gave students a little more time to learn, things would be different. Maybe this would allow us more opportunities to build relationships with the class and develop that all-important rapport with the individuals who might just need us most.

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Maybe we could even reclaim our Sunday afternoons from planning and marking? The Lazy Way can help you get more out of your students and at the same time help you to get your life back. More than just a series of tricks, the Lazy Way is something Jim Smith has put together over years of experience working with all sorts of learners and teachers who want their lessons to be different yet still be rewarded with academic success.

The approach was born out of Jim's frustration with doing a job he loves but being slowly killed by it in the process. And, as all good psychologists know, if necessity is the mother of invention then frustration is the absent father, and being knackered the grown-up sibling who just won't leave home.I liked that I did a lot of his ideas already without even realising it - especially behaviour management.

I trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. Education Nonfiction.

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IT — the Lazy Teacher's Friend, Old Fashioned Teaching with a Lazy Twist, 3. And that is an act all of our classrooms would benefit from.

I am the teacher without a tongue. This book is really great. An excellent purveyor of my mindset towards teaching - which is Teach Less, Learn More.

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