Monthly Archives: August 2019

Stand Back!

Originally posted on teaching personally:
I am a heartless ***. I must be, because I never cried or lost sleep over pupils’ exam results on their own account (although I did when some less-than-spectacular ones were weaponised professionally against me).…

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Looking at the London Effect five years on: part two – Education Datalab blog

Updating research into the high performance of pupils in the capital Continued here: https://ift.tt/2Zkdj52

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Looking at the London Effect five years on: part one – Education Datalab blog

Updating research into the high performance of pupils in the capital Continued here: https://ift.tt/30hnNzr

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GCSE results 2019: The who, what, where and how of grade 9s – Education Datalab blog

Including some truly remarkable results Continued here: https://ift.tt/33IKEpD

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GCSE results 2019: To what extent are schools entering pupils early? – Education Datalab blog

And in which subjects are pupils being entered early? Continued here: https://ift.tt/2NgGEab

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GCSE results 2019: Four things to look out for on Thursday – Education Datalab blog

An increase in EBacc entries, more pupils taking language GCSEs and the impact of the National Reference test Continued here: https://ift.tt/2YWJxE5

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NQTs and the risk of maladaptation in the first few weeks of teaching

Originally posted on The Quirky Teacher:
I’m interested in how children’s cognition develops and it’s fair to say that I’m inclined to be in the Engelmann camp which views the environment/nurture as a bigger factor in the development of cognition…

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