How do we fix mainstream SEND provision?
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1y ago
In this week’s Tes podagogy, SEND expert Rob Webster explains his research into the educational experiences of children with SEND in mainstream schools, and what can be done to improve them ..read more
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How effective is peer learning?
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1y ago
In this week’s podagogy, Professor Patrick Leman and Dr Harriet Tenanbaum explain the research behind peer learning, and offer advice on how to embed it in your classroom ..read more
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Why birthplace links to how pupils deal with stress
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2y ago
On this week's Tes podagogy, Professor Sam Wass explains why city-born children are more likely to struggle to concentrate for long periods of time and to get upset quickly than those born in the country, and what that means for the classroom ..read more
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Does the way we teach grammar need to change?
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2y ago
In this week's Tes podgaogy, we're joined by Dominic Wyse, a professor of early childhood and primary education at UCL. He discusses his latest research on grammar, and how he believes teachers should approach writing ..read more
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What research says about motivating pupils - and ourselves
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2y ago
Motivation matters: naturally, we all know this. It’s what drives us, as humans, to behave and act in a certain way. In schools, you’d struggle to find a teacher, or even a pupil, who would say that motivation doesn’t have a part to play in teaching and learning.  However, up until recently the science behind motivation was a mystery to classroom teachers. Peps Mccrea, the dean of learning design at the Ambition Institute, and director of research and development at Steplab, has been a key player in this change. In 2020, he published Motivation Teaching, a book which shifts through the sc ..read more
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GCSEs: What research tells us about revision technique
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2y ago
Tes Podagogy is back with a new season and this week, we return to a 2019 episode with expert John Dunlosky to find out what works - and what doesn't - when it comes to revision ..read more
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Hacking, vocabulary struggles, unexpected leaders | Tes Magazine Debrief
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2y ago
In this week's episode of the Tes magazine debrief podcast, we discuss:  Why schools were subject to hacking attacks. The link between vocabulary and behaviour. Why some people end up leading by accident ..read more
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Remembering names, form time, ventilation | Tes Magazine Debrief
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2y ago
In this week's episode of the Tes magazine debrief podcast, we discuss:  Why remembering names of pupils is important - and harder than it sounds The importance of form time to enhance learning Why ventilation is such a big issue in school this term ..read more
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Research, life-long skills, subject specialisms and cover lessons | Tes Magazine Debrief
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2y ago
In this week's episode of the Tes magazine debrief podcast, we discuss:  Why not all research works in all settings What are life-long skills - and do we need to teach them? The perils of teaching a subject that's not your specialism ..read more
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Wellbeing in school, jungle schools, feel-good books | Tes Magazine Debrief
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2y ago
In this week's episode of the Tes magazine debrief podcast, we discuss:  How to create a focused wellbeing approach in school What a jungle school in Indonesia can teach us Books that make you feel good and are worth re-reading ..read more
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