SHARING GOOD PRACTICE

Strategies to Ensure Safeguarding and Wellbeing of Children in the Middle...

By: AnnMarie Christian ‘A person’s a person, no matter how small'. Dr Seuss Since 2008 I’ve been fortunate in having the opportunity to frequently visit and...

Burnout in Teaching and What You Can Do About It

By: Neil Thomas In July 2020, my wife and I said goodbye to our home for the last nine years. We had enjoyed every moment...

Assessing as a Support for Learning

This article has been written by Edmentum who offer education technology that teachers can trust. Edmentum boasts 60 years of experience in K-12 digital...

Mind the Gap – Has The Pandemic Really Caused A Learning...

By: Mark Leppard The Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the entire globe, with no country left unscathed. It has impacted trade, travel, politics, hospitality, sport and...

Rescuing a Generation From The COVID-19 Rabbit Hole

By: Matthew Savage I recently rewatched Tim Burton’s gothic reimagining of Alice in Wonderland, and, amid what The Guardian aptly described as its “hydrocephalic nightmare”...

Retrieval Practice Ideas For Every Classroom

By:Kate Jones Retrieval practice has become a widely used strategy in the classroom. Retrieval practice is the act of recalling information, embedded in long term...

The pillars of the ‘new’ modern classroom

While the move to remote learning accelerated the uptake of education technology, it was not without its challenges. With the digital divide widening attainment...

Pedagogy and Technology: Teaching and Learning in the Age of COVID-19

By: Natasha Cox Globally, educators have altered their methods of instructional facilitation, due to COVID-19, prompting pandemic driven teaching and learning practices. As a result,...

Are You Making Adequate Provision for Gifted and Talented Students?

By: Shakila Mohammed All students have the right to access equal and quality education that addresses their strengths and weaknesses. Most of the schools have...

Does Your Classroom Help Children Learn?

What a year we are having! Our classrooms, which were once a place of safety and stability, have changed, in ways we could never...