Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Goldfish Bowl » Solving the problems of feedback

Feedback is one of the best things we can do as teachers. However, it is also one of the most time-consuming, so it is crucial that feedback is highly efficient. David Didau states in his excellent Getting Feedback Right series: … Continue reading

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The worst thing about Progress 8

Originally posted on Education_Researcher:
It’s Geography, that’s the worst thing about Progress 8, just Geography. One of the schools I work in is more deprived and urban than most, they do well in English, did well in Maths previously…

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Maths Conference 2014

Originally posted on cavmaths:
Yesterday I attended the Maths teachers conference in Kettering. Here I intend to share some thoughts on the day, and on the workshops I attended. I won’t go into too much depth, and will come bacTo…

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The worst thing about Progress 8

Originally posted on Education_Researcher:
It’s Geography, that’s the worst thing about Progress 8, just Geography. One of the schools I work in is more deprived and urban than most, they do well in English, did well in Maths previously…

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Fur Coat and No Knickers – Reputation! Reputation! Reputation!

Originally posted on Old Primary Head:
I have become fascinated with education ‘star status’ recently. I think Twitter is to blame. Where ever you look there’s something new and flashy to see or discuss regarding the world of education. There…

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Musings of a pragmatic teacher: Evidence versus Mindfulness?

In the run up to her highly anticipated series of concerts at the Hammersmith Apollo at the beginning of September, Kate Bush released … Musings of a pragmatic teacher: Evidence versus Mindfulness?

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frenchteacher: ALL London branch webinars

If you are outside the UK, the ALL is the Association for Language Learning,… frenchteacher: ALL London branch webinars

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