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Top 10 Online Education Articles of 2017 – The Confident Teacher

As the year comes to the end, my envy at the legion of best book lists of the year drove home to me how little time I’ve devoted to reading … Continued here: http://ift.tt/2kC4tJL Advertisements

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KS2 performance tables 2017: Ofsted ratings and floor standards – Education Datalab blog

We’ve already looked at the number of schools judged to be below the floor standard, and to be coasting, based on the Key Stage 2 performance tables data published this morning. But, looking a little… Continued here: http://ift.tt/2ClKkPQ

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KS2 performance tables 2017: The reason schools ended up below the floor standard this year – Education Datalab blog

Key Stage 2 league tables – performance tables, to use their proper name – have been published this morning, identifying those schools below the government’s floor standard, and those judged to be… Continued here: http://ift.tt/2ApuYZt

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KS2 performance tables 2017: Three things from this morning’s data – Education Datalab blog

FFT Aspire users You can analyse all your school’s results in more detail using FFT Aspire’s interactive self-evaluation dashboard. Not an FFT Aspire user? Learn more here. Today’s Key Stage 2… Continued here: http://ift.tt/2BmAwrb

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Russia Today and the Chartered College of Teaching

Originally posted on Filling the pail:
Embed from Getty Images So I noticed a tweet by Warwick Mansell, the U.K. journalist who is best known for shaming schools who enforce their school uniform policies. The purpose of the tweet, now…

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Using Ideas from Lemov’s TLaC, Michaela School and Tharby’s Memory Platform to Improve Vocabulary

Teaching Victorian texts with students for whom the language, style and genre is alien yet they have to write eloquently about in exam conditions, is a challenge. One of the biggest challenges is the amount of unfamiliar vocabulary peppered throughout. … Continue reading

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TDRE Boss Blog: Christmas Lesson (2017 Edition)

TDRE Boss Blog: Christmas Lesson (2017 Edition): The end of term always tempts teachers to go for ‘fun’ or ‘easy’ lessons. I remember learning the hard way that student…

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