Monthly Archives: September 2019

Textbooks are the answer to the teacher autonomy question

Originally posted on fish64:
“Fish is simply great – best teacher in the school” “Fish isn’t cut out for teaching and lessons were unbelievably dull” In nearly 30 years of teaching, I have heard the full range of comments about…

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What to do if your school has a batshit crazy marking policy

Originally posted on e=mc2andallthat:
I’m glad to say that I don’t have to do this kind of thing any more, as my current school has a sensible marking and feedback policy. For those of us who are less…

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The 2019 Income Deprivation Children Index – Education Datalab blog

What do IDACI and free school meal eligibility say about deprivation at regional level? Continued here: https://ift.tt/2ljqTDT

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Are they really learning, or have you just instigated widespread silent panic?

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England’s schools segregate by ability more than almost every other country in the world – Education Datalab blog

Comparing rates of setting and grouping by ability to those of other nations Continued here: https://ift.tt/2mLlyWp

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Some thoughts on ‘The children leaving school with nothing’ – Education Datalab blog

It’s worth digging under the surface of the Children’s Commissioner’s latest briefing Continued here: https://ift.tt/2m7XjRW

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How well do we measure teacher workload? – Education Datalab blog

Why the Department for Education’s main way of measuring teacher workload is not fit for purpose Continued here: https://ift.tt/307hemm

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