ICT Bingo for teachers!

In an attempt to embed ICT into all classrooms, we have just started a game of ICT bingo for our staff. Has anyone tried this? I would love to hear how it went! If anyone has creative and engaging ways to do this, please comment.

pdf- WE ARE ALL LEARNING ICT BINGO

‘WE ARE ALL LEARNING’ ICT BINGO- BPS version

Here’s how it works!  If you want to participate, there are great prizes to be won! All you have to do is get each square signed off by someone who witnessed you doing this. You have until  November 26th to complete all tasks. Everyone who completes all tasks before the due date will win a prize and go in the draw to win a major prize. If this looks too daunting for you, you can complete either just the green tasks (easiest) or just the green and yellow tasks. There will be prize draws for green and green and yellow tasks as well. There will be 5-15 minute crash courses on each of these during the rest of the year- we will email times and dates. Challenge yourself!

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7 Responses to ICT Bingo for teachers!

  1. Hi there! We are in the middle of playing a similar ‘Learning to Learn’ bingo game with the staff at our college too! It has run over 3 weeks alongside a ‘WOW Week’ idea – encouraging teachers to get into each other’s classrooms and collaborate when planning effective teaching and learning. It has been good fun! I hope your ICT bingo version is going / went well too! There are some brilliant activities on there.

  2. Amy says:

    We are just launching a BYOT initiative with the teachers in our school. I love this activity and plan to borrow it :) I will let you know how it goes!

  3. toniobarton says:

    I am sharing this great idea with my district. I LOVE IT!! Thanks for sharing! Keep Learning Everyone!

  4. Great idea – I’ll share it with our leadership team – hopefully they’ll want to try it soon!

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