Inspired by the book.
Designing and evaluating tests is an interesting process as a teacher
Book covers main topics covered in History for primary schools.
Detailed plans have been unveiled for all children and young people to return to full-time education in England from September.
A focus on “creating for teachers, the same learning conditions they seek to create for students”
Effective and efficient keyboard skills are becoming even more important for young people.
The main goal is to increase the well-being of children and young people.
Draws on cognitive science as current developments in this field are crucial to understanding how children learn.
Jane McKenzie-Downes from Juniper Education looks at how primary schools are addressing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and preparing for the future
Social constructivist learning theories suggest today’s educators should create inquiry-based units asking learners to work
How do you and how can you safeguard your children against the concerns of the online world?
Study could have important implications for interventions directed at addressing disadvantage in education
“Everyone is losing out in this generation, some much more than others.”
Opening new avenues to enhance teaching and learning.
By exploring current affairs, can we use philosophy to help promote a more tolerant future?
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