Tag Archive: Teaching and Learning

Conflict resolution- a teachers perspective

January 9, 2020 11:00 am
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Wellbeing: How to handle student-friendship dramas Teenagers can fall out and make up within moments, but how should teachers handle more serious issues, asks Laura Tsabet

Death by Powerpoint?

December 9, 2019 12:00 pm
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PowerPoint is under attack but used well, it is still an essential teaching tool, argues Sam Duffy

Make homework worthwhile

October 2, 2019 12:19 pm
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Too often, homework is a waste of time for all involved. So here, Mark Enser gives his view on what worthwhile homework looks like

Teaching and Diversity- a very British story.

March 29, 2019 9:18 am
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Recent events at the Montenegro v England football fixture brought into sharp focus the strides we have taken as a nation in the 40 years and how important education has been in that process.

In praise of…Teaching!

March 1, 2019 2:15 pm
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Whilst writing the last few blogs I have tried to, and probably failed to convey the condition of modern teaching as I see it. That can often be somewhat doom-ridden with daily reports of crisis, recruitment deficits, and a general atmosphere of malaise.

School Trips – In praise of…

December 12, 2018 12:15 pm
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I had a presentation to do to the whole staff two years ago in my capacity as Educational Trips Co-ordinator and it worked out that I have spent roughly fifty weeks of my career on day and residential trips.

Social Media – Angel or Demon for teachers?

December 6, 2018 12:07 pm
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Musing this issue with a few colleagues from various age brackets it was interesting to note that Social Media was not such a Millennial V Generation X issue as I had thought. There might be more of a penchant for Insta and following celebs amongst our younger colleagues, but the main points of concern and agreement were broadly similar.