Tech-savvy teaching in the age of coronavirus
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
1y ago
Technology is an integral part of Scottish society, and teachers are at the forefront of educating the next generation how to use it responsibly. Two teachers share in what way they have incorporated digital learning into their classrooms. Technology often gets a bad name in schools, being hailed as a distraction or a substitute for useful learning. But, digital education can be a ..read more
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Read the latest issue of Teachers’ Resource online
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
1y ago
Don’t miss out: the newest issue of Teachers’ Resource – Scotland’s leading title for education professionals, is here! Read the spring issue online now. With the news yesterday that schools across Scotland will be closing and possibilities of working from home we thought it would be a good idea to ..read more
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Promoting understanding this Young Carers Awareness Day
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
1y ago
Today (30 January) is Young Carers Awareness Day – a day where we give thanks for all the amazing hard work that young carers around the country do, and raise awareness of the issues and challenges facing them. Every day, across the country, thousands of young people are helping to take ..read more
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Taking control of teacher workload with EIS
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
1y ago
Excessive workload was identified in last year’s EIS member survey as second only to pay as the issue of greatest concern to members. Teachers’ contracts stipulate a 35-hour week and yet EIS surveys show that teachers work on average over 46 hours a week. As part of the pay deal ..read more
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Exploring the poppy’s story
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
1y ago
The poppy is arguably one of the most iconic and poignant symbols across Scotland and the UK. Now, a new vehicle of exploration is sharing the story of the poppy, thanks to Poppyscotland. Since 1926, a poppy factory has been in operation in Scotland after Lady Dorothy Haig – the wife of Field Marshal Earl Haig, Commander of the British ..read more
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Adventure with Abernethy
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
1y ago
Abernethy is one of Scotland’s leading outdoor centres, where adventure awaits every pupil and teacher. We spoke with CEO, Mike Causey, about bringing education outdoors and how their Explore programme helps to do so. Established in 1971, Abernethy has been delivering outdoor learning with a twist for almost 40 years ..read more
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Mental health and you
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
3y ago
Following on from lockdown and a return to work, never has it been more imperative to acknowledge and care for your own mental health and the mental wellbeing of your pupils. There is no denying the stigma around mental health is slowly being eradicated. However, with fears we are in the midst of an upcoming ..read more
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Understanding the UCAS process
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
3y ago
Being knowledgeable on the UCAS application process can help your pupils through what can be a very stressful time. Discover what you should know and how you can ace the reference. Application The first step in the UCAS application process is getting pupils to look at what courses they would like to apply for ..read more
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Coronavirus: Education staff offered on demand testing and face coverings could become mandatory
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
3y ago
Education staff in Scotland can now request a coronavirus test if they think they have been at risk from infection. After an announcement from the Scottish government, education staff including teachers, nursery and other school staff can ask for a test if they are concerned, even if they are showing ..read more
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Tech-savvy teaching in the age of coronavirus
Teachers' Resource Magazine | In The Classroom
by Teachers' Resource
3y ago
Technology is an integral part of Scottish society, and teachers are at the forefront of educating the next generation how to use it responsibly. Two teachers share in what way they have incorporated digital learning into their classrooms. Technology often gets a bad name in schools, being hailed as a distraction or a substitute for useful learning. But, digital education can be a ..read more
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