Monthly Archives: April 2015

Using research in education: Working memory in the classroom

Using research in education: Working memory in the classroom: Working memory is the memory system we use during everyday activities. Imagine, for example, attempting to multiply two numbers without … Advertisements

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ManYana Ltd: Why do I need a teacher?

ManYana Ltd: Why do I need a teacher?: Walking the dogs through the glorious Welsh landscape is brilliant thinking time. Today they were particularly well behaved. I could walk…

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The choice we all face…

Originally posted on Stepping Back a Little:
What’s the difference between these two choices? Choosing whether you’re going to do a PowerPoint or a poster Choosing to respond to a bad grade with a different approach The first one is…

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TDRE Boss Blog: Religious Literacy [RC]

TDRE Boss Blog: Religious Literacy [RC]: Image from The Way textbook from TERE Religious literacy is the knowledge of, and ability to understand, religion. (source <here&g…

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In Praise of Prep Time

Originally posted on The Traditional Teacher:
We may not have rooms like this, but we can create a studious atmosphere Traditionally, prep time is a period of one or two hours at the end of the school day when pupils…

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Latest on the free school meals fiasco

Originally posted on not very jolley:
I thought it about time I finished this update of the latest universal free school meals shinanigans I apologies for the fact that this is so long, but as I haven’t blogged for a…

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Sorry, I don’t think I understand.

Originally posted on Rather random thoughts of a new SENCO:
So today I went on a course. It started well – when I arrived I was greeted with, “Have you got your lunch?” No I hadn’t, I thought it was provided, no…

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