Creative Teaching & Learning
In our latest issue
Note to the new Minister: Scrap EBacc and Nick Gibb
Using Minecraft to inspire creative writing
Chris Waterworth explains what happened when he and his pupils used Minecraft to design, build and write about Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory.
Turn your students into scientists!
Our new feature 'Strategies for the New Curriculum' continues with a look at developing scientific attitudes in secondary students.
How to teach the Stone Age
Teaching prehistory requires a very different approach to other more recent time periods. Archaeologist Matthew Charlton shares some interesting ideas.
21 strategies for better stretch and challenge
Realising students were coasting in lessons, Bedford Academy embarked on a whole-school project to identify and implement key strategies for challenging more able learners. Kayleigh Greenacre reports.
Making maths make sense
From buying cookies to sharing pizza, Ana Helvia Quintero and Héctor Rosario explain how putting maths in terms children recognise promotes greater understanding and enjoyment.
Inspiring learners with a passion-filled curriculum
Vicky Hill describes her Hong Kong school’s groundbreaking curriculum, which encourages children to explore the world and discover their passions.
Primary education needs metacognition!
The sooner we teach children to manage their own thinking, the better their life chances will be, says John Crossland—and here’s how to do it.
Maths in the real world
Reveal the exciting role maths has to play in life beyond the classroom with this issue’s selection of websites and online resources.
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