[by Roger Loxley, adapted from a talk to Y7 parents: read the full post here] “We must encourage that sense of fearlessness in getting things wrong” There is a real […]
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[by John Smith] Last month saw the first meeting of our Research Reading Group: a voluntary group of 14 teachers from the Senior and Junior Schools. Just like a (geeky) […]
[by Karen Sykes] When a colleague working as interface between the education sector and employers in the North East showed me a video wittily entitled ‘Shift Happens’, I was left feeling […]
[by Roger Loxley] Having read a few blogs and some books that talk about the effectiveness of short, low-stakes tests and quizzes I was drawn to this blog post as […]
[by Alice Lee] “I need music in order to learn” This is something that many of our students seem to believe and try to convince their parents to believe. What […]
[by Helen Close, RGS Junior School] I read Dylan Wiliam’s ‘memories are made of this’ article with some interest this week, particularly his observations on how the best person to mark a […]
For this week’s recommended reading, we have an interesting article on Memory by Dylan Wiliam. Enjoy! https://www.tes.com/news/school-news/breaking-views/memories-are-made
[via OLE] This week’s article comes from the Guardian website: click here. Research every teacher should know: setting expectations by Bradley Busch Enjoy!
On the blog this week: an interesting article from the LearningInHand website: https://learninginhand.com/