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  • How to make sure you use effective questioning in the classroom

    14 Nov 2020

    Questioning is at the heart of all good teaching and learning. Asking questions is essential to check understanding and to maintain engagement. On average, a teacher asks between 300

  • Teachers need to be trained in digital learning

    14 Nov 2020

    Concerns have been raised that there are significant gaps in both initial teaching training and the early career framework for training for teachers in digital teaching and learning. A similar criticism has been

  • Does the exams system need a complete overhaul?

    14 Nov 2020

    There have been many words and phrases that have entered the general public’s lexicon during 2020 that literally meant absolutely nothing to the vast majority of people before the coronavirus pandemic took hold.

  • Can next year’s GCSEs and A levels 2021 really be fair?

    14 Nov 2020

    The government’s announcement that exams in England are to go ahead in 2021, but with a three-week delay to give students more time to prepare was met with a mixed reaction from teachers.

  • 5 Top Tips for Teaching Music Online

    27 Oct 2020

    In 2020, many teachers have had to change their teaching techniques. Even with social distancing measures, some music-making can increase your risk of spreading or catching COVID-19.

  • How to keep students motivated and confident about their exams

    21 Oct 2020

    The current Year 11 missed out on the chaos and confusion that the 2020 GCSEs became. Even so, this year’s exam cohort face a very challenging year ahead. Keeping students motivated