[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 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 […]
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[by Celia Bone] Yes, of course I invite students to generate their own mind-maps instead of writing an essay – and with some success. Recently, I proposed the title,“What do […]
This week, I observed a Y12 Psychology lesson on the topic of Biopsychology. I was told that this is an area that can set fear into the heart of the most […]
[by Roger Loxley] One of the benefits of having a longish Christmas break is that we get the chance to open a few books and get stuck into some reading. […]
This term we have been looking at all aspects of Assessment, from how we set homework to how we should be testing our students and everything in between. There are […]