UKEdMagazine - June 2015 Edition

June 2015 UKEdMagazine - Freely available online, or order your printed copy paying only for P&P


The June 2015 edition of UKEdMagazine is packed full of features, advice and ideas, with a theme on Special Needs, written by practicing teachers. This edition includes:

  • Page004Being a new SENDco
    Sheli Blackburn shares insights into her role as a new SENDco and the very special role SENDcos play in the wider school community.
  • Learning Differently
    Andy Knill writes about how every teacher approaches CPD and their own learning differently, suggesting tips for everyone.
  • Trust to Good Verses Then
    Christopher Simons discusses the value of poetry in the classroom and his personal insights into crafting poetry.
  • Choices
    Ben Waldram argues that giving pupils choice improves the learning experience for both teachers and pupils and boosts progress.
  • Superstructures
    Nicole Dempsey explores how SEN-D and whole school behaviour management systems have made her school a beacon of good behaviour.
  • Are we Entering a Social Eclipse?
    In our UKEdChat feature we discuss how the educational social media landscape is shifting and why we should be worried.
  • Meaningful Manageable Assessment
    Ruth Powley brings together a range of evidence and sources to explore 26 assessment ideas and strategies for your classroom.
  • Knowing your starting points
    Mark Burns writes about the importance of knowing what the learners know and can do before the learning in your class begins.
  • A little Feedback on Feedback
    Xiong Fu discusses how feedback should be at the fore of educators’ drive to improve learning opportunities for their students.

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