Learning from Mistakes

Mistakes can be small and quickly repaired, or they can be quite major mistakes (or […]

Appreciating Teachers

With exam season now in full swing across many countries, it’s the time when all […]

Taking School Work Home

Despite our best efforts, teachers inevitability bring school work home with them at least occasionally, […]

A Green Education

As teachers, we strive to provide the best future as we can for our pupils. […]

Tech For Learning

Despite the vast array of options when it comes to EdTech, walking around exhibitions you […]

Mindfulness in Education

Being aware, mindful and in control of our feelings is being recognised as being a […]

Making the Most of Tutor & Registration Time

Starting the day off on the right note can mean that the rest of the […]

Dealing with Dyslexia

Everyone perceives the world a little differently. This shapes how we interact with the world […]

Learning With Libraries

When I was a primary pupil back in the sepia 80s I was a school […]

Helping Troubled Pupils

We all hide things. From our friends and even from ourselves. Because of this, the […]

Engaging Teaching

Having engaged learners is one thing that the teaching profession can agree is a good […]

Conformity vs Individuality in Education

At its inception in the Victorian era, mass education in the UK focused very much […]

Ready To Learn

We’ve all been there… you are excited. You have the perfect lesson planned. You have […]

Strategies for reading

Getting young people to read is often a popular winner in the #ukedchat poll, and […]

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Are GCSE’s & A-Level’s still relevant?

Much of the educational system, within the UK, was built in the 1880’s, with specific […]

STEM across the school

The importance of offering a broad curriculum within the school system cannot be over-stated, allowing […]

Metacognition in Education

Metacognition is widely accepted as “thinking about thinking”, often inspired by the work in the […]

Depression: Impact and Support

Despite the prevalence of depression in the population, the devastating impact it can have, and […]

Critical Pedagogy

In 1970 Paulo Freire published Pedagogy of the Oppressed in response to the antiquated notion of education as […]

Designing Education

Many of us will have fond memories of children’s TV engaging us to turn our […]

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