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Leading literacy in schools – David Didau: The Learning Spy

Leading on literacy can be a thoroughly thankless task. It can often feel like you’re working incredibly hard to produce resources and strategies which colleagues at best ignore and at worst… Continued here http://ift.tt/2hKMAXv Advertisements

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What makes an expert?

Originally posted on Teaching it Real:
Last week I was lucky enough to attend the ResearchEd national conference in London. I have spent the last week mulling over the sessions I attended and writing up my notes. Any errors are…

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Surviving “no free period” days by @dukkhaboy

Originally posted on Starter for Five:
Name: Philip Anderson Twitter name: dukkhaboy Sector: Secondary Subject taught (if applicable): Geography Position: Head of dept What is your advice about? Surviving “no free period” days Allow sometime in lessons when you are…

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Memory not memories – teaching for long term learning

Originally posted on primarytimerydotcom:
It seems like a life time ago but this time last week I should have been at ResearchEd, listening to great speakers and getting butterflies about my session later that day. Except that I slipped on…

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Evidence in Education: The Funding Pipeline – The Confident Teacher

We live in austere times in schools. Every funding cut matters, whilst accessing potential funding becomes more important than ever. And yet, in the busy hubbub of the school year, … Continued here: http://ift.tt/2xHEWD8

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Advice

Originally posted on Stack of Marking:
? Here’s another one for http://www.teachsecondary.com who promise to move me off the back page if I promise to stop stealing the individual sugar packets that they have next to their coffee machine.  So…

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Assessing an Intervention: Who Does It Help?

Originally posted on thinkingreadingwritings:
To know if an intervention is effective, we need to know who it helps most.  Schools are rightly making more of an effort to evaluate the evidence for interventions before investing in them. This is a…

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