Seriously? Well yes; according to research from two Harvard psychologists, backed up by later studies, two seconds is all it takes for your students to pick up on traits that correlate very strongly with your quality as a teacher. Teachwire reports.
The former heptathlete returned to her old high school in Sheffield to discuss the importance of numbers in later life, meeting with her former maths and PE teachers along with current pupils. The Independent reports.
With election day nearing and polls suggesting that the gap between Conservative and Labour is narrowing, it is worth reminding readers that there are extraordinary policy differences between the two main political parties on education. Tes reports
Figures published this summer revealed the number of pupils taking A levels in English language, English Literature and the combined English language and literature qualification fell by 31 per cent between 2012 and 2019. iNews reports.
Difficult. Challenging. Disruptive. When I trained as a primary school teacher 15 years ago, these were just some of the words used to describe children with ADHD. Victoria Williamson, special needs trained primary school teacher and author writes in Teachwire
Recent changes to GCSEs – including tougher exams and a new grading system – have led to a slight widening of the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their classmates, according to new research published by the Sutton Trust today. About Manchester reports.
When I was a deputy, I can remember sitting down with the headteacher to begin the sifting process for a teaching position that had been advertised for our school. We had over 200 applications. The Primary Head writes in Teachwire.