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It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a teacher in possession of an internet connection, must be in want of an annual review for each of the education blogs to which they’re subscribed.
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This week: a university challenges students to analyse its data and more
Need to read the while report to be sure but this is a start
There are no textbooks, there is not one single desk, there are no stock motivational posters with children in neon eighties garb, no signs telling students to turn off their voices.
60 Ways To Use Twitter In The Classroom By Category
List of goodness
Might. Start using safari again.
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Kip students do 6 to 8 activities in 80 minutes. Work is stepped from sheet to computer to say, Stiles tiles. Small groups encourage relationships. Sweets, prizes, positive feedback. All compares well with the Education Week article.
David Wilcox, of Musings on the Middle Years of Education, and I have worked together to create an infographic about the teen brain. It is based on a blog post he wrote over a year ago (Click here ...
Not every teen but interesting graphic on why the teen mind appears so different
I must get more out of my own blog. Students post lesson reviews and learning points?
So much more than the ideology the current government propose
Here are some questions that I have been pondering lately in thinking about great organizations and administration. What if we believed that everything that we had to make great schools was already...
'What if?' can be counterproductive but Couros uses it with care
One of the most common questions teachers have had lately is regarding the best way to have students share work with them and vice-versa via Google Drive. In my opinion this is the best feature of ...
Google drive goodness
Teachers College Press presents: the latest in educational books.
A brand new list!
Tiger economies are ahead
We all want to avoid big, expensive failures. The best way to do this is to design many small, cheap failures - experiments!
Build, measure, learn; build, measure, learn...
Praise difficult to get right. Reinforcing hard work and linking it to attainment a better strategy.
TES Community connects teachers around the world to share classroom support, healthy debate and extra-curricular fun
As it turns out, we are not "set in stone" at birth -- not by genetics, not by the luck-of-the-draw of our ZIP code.
An educational charity says the culture of coaching pupils for 11-plus exams must end so poor bright children are not excluded from grammar schools.
Political questions about the gap between rich and poor centre on tuition
Gary Vaynerchuk is a frustrated man. Standing on stage at Web Summit, he is berating an audience full of startups for making things for themselves, not their customers
Random acts of kindness for existing customers. We are all too selfish n business!
Motivating students to be (enthusiastically) receptive is one of the most important aspects of mathematics instruction and a critical aspect of the Common Core State Standards. Effective teachers sho
This article was originally published by The Guardian on 28th October 2013 and was a response to Anthony Seldon's Guardian article. Surely it goes without saying that teachers should be qualified? ...
If education is so important to politicians, why undermine that stand by allowing unqualified people to teach?