12:54PM, Thursday 11 October 2012
A creative teacher has won her Windsor school £2,000 for a second time after winning a video lesson competition.
Iwona Hudson, maths teacher at Dedworth Middle School in Smiths Lane, scooped the O2 Best Lesson Award for her video: The Monty Hall Problem: A Probability Quiz Show.
The animated lesson has students presenting a television quiz show with mystery doors, a star prize sports car and goats as booby prizes.
It aims to help students understand how to use probability to win at quiz shows.
She said: "Full praise to the students, I couldn't have done it without them and I am very proud of their creativity and professionalism."
The O2 scheme aims to connect children across the UK by encouraging teachers to upload short videos of their best lessons.
Mrs Hudson also won January’s prize for a video on probability and board games and both will be entered into the annual O2 award, where the winner gets £80,000.
Visit www.o2learn.co.uk to view it.
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