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GCSE English to drop speaking and listening components

GCSE English to drop speaking and listening components | Supporting the Curriculum | Scoop.it
Teachers outraged at move that will mean tens of thousands of students will have worked hard over last year for nothing
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Digital participation, digital literacy, and school subjects

Digital participation, digital literacy, and school subjects | Supporting the Curriculum | Scoop.it
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This report discusses a range of theory, research and policy relating to the use of new media in schools.  It could include some useful points for analysing the use of ICT.

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Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants: Guidance for school leaders and teachers: Amazon.co.uk: Anthony Russell, Rob Webster, Peter Blatchford: Books

Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants: Guidance for school leaders and teachers: Amazon.co.uk: Anthony Russell, Rob Webster, Peter Blatchford: Books
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Computing or ICT: which would serve our pupils better?

Computing or ICT: which would serve our pupils better? | Supporting the Curriculum | Scoop.it
Should we welcome computing with open arms or mourn the demise of ICT? Miles Berry and Chris Leach debate the Gove's changes to the national curriculum
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Great Teaching Ideas

Great Teaching Ideas | Supporting the Curriculum | Scoop.it
Teaching ideas and lessons
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This website might have some useful activity ideas to try.  Please note that this is a South African website, so any discussion of curriculum will not be relevant to the UK.

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