Monthly Archives: August 2019

Notes on behaviour: an honest, primary perspective

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Tech in teaching

Originally posted on fish64:
Back in the early 1990s, I was told by my then headteacher that technology would bring about an end to excuses for not doing homework (forgetting book etc). I would be setting the homework online and…

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Are you really teaching ‘reading for pleasure’, or are you just being a bit pompous?

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A tale of two boys

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Potential Divider Circuits and the Coulomb Train Model

Originally posted on e=mc2andallthat:
A potential divider circuit is, essentially, a circuit where two or more components are arranged in series. (a) Two resistors in series; (b) an ammeter (top) and an electric motor in series; (c) (L…

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GCSE results 2019: How have grades changed in each subject – and what might explain it? – Education Datalab blog

Attainment has improved in many subjects, with changes in entry patterns a big part of the reason why Continued here: https://ift.tt/340NF50

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GCSE results 2019: The main trends in grades and entries – Education Datalab blog

English and maths grades, EBacc entry rates, modern foreign languages trends and more Continued here: https://ift.tt/33Parwv

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