No Pens Day Wednesday
No Pens Day Wednesday encourages schools, teachers and pupils to put down their pens/pencils and run a day of speaking and listening...
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Primary schools’ early learning maths goals are changing. What’s new?
A pupil’s early learning years are some of the most critical from a learning and development perspective. The Department for...
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Pedagogy: All you need to know about learning practices
“Generally in life, knowledge is acquired to be used. But school learning more often fits Freire’s apt metaphor: knowledge is...
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ActivPanel Guide
Using ActivPanel for effective formative assessment
Summary There are two principal types of pupil assessments in schools — formative and summative. Formative assessment refers to the...
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Online safety: How to make live streaming safer
Live streaming — a visual online broadcast — has become a mainstream social activity among teens and tweens. With the proliferation...
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ClassFlow Guide
Using ClassFlow to build a better geography classroom
Geography is one of education’s oldest disciplines. It is a subject rich in heritage and scholarly tradition, reaching back 2000...
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Create a class wiki: five reasons to get your pupils blogging, and how.
Fostering digital literacy is an important ingredient to modern teaching. Our youngest generation will be under pressure to demonstrate...
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Back to school: tips for the new academic year
As September begins, anyone in education is eagerly anticipating the new academic year. Whether they are considering the best classroom...
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Differentiation in the classroom — engaging different learning profiles
Differentiation in the classroom is an important skill for teachers to give pupils the best chance at learning, regardless of their...
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