How To Use Visual Tools For Thinking, Learning And Feeling
Visual tools can not only lead to students significantly improving content and conceptual learning but engender self-reflection and empathic understanding. In advance of his course for TeachingTimes, David Hyerle, provides an insight in the their power and promise
Project-Based Learning Is The Perfect Tool To Facilitate Student Voice
Students want to be heard, and when learning revolves around their own passions and choices, all things are possible. John McCarthy explains why project-based learning is the perfect tool to facilitate student voice while also retaining focus on necessary academic content. If you would like to join John's online webinar-course on PBL see below
Can The Collapse of Languages Learning in England Be Reversed By A New Government Strategy ?
The breath-taking decline in children learning modern foreign languages in England is costing the country billions of pounds in lost trade. Simon Sharron talks to Joe Fincham, Head of Modern Languages at Blatchington Mill School, to find out how the government plans to push the MFL boulder back up the hill.
How To Use Oracy Skills To Support Classroom Management
In the third of her pieces on Oracy Sarah Davies looks at how it can be used for behaviour management, with particular reference to restorative justice
Utilising The Various Modes Of Minecraft In Teaching
Laura Hobbs, Sophie Bentley, Jackie Hartley and Lauren Bowden explore how Minecraft can help expand children's interest in the subject.
Little Researchers: How Children In Reception Can Learn To Be Analytical, Exploratory Leaners
Early years teacher Deborah Ventre was totally sceptical about anything to do with Project-based Learning. She is now a passionate convert to the PBL approach, even for very young children. She describes her journey.
Our Journey Beyond Age-Related Expectations and into Thinking, Resilience And Empathy
The children at Rimrose Hope School in Sefton were, despite its disadvantaged community, performing well above their expected levels. But something was missing in their core abilities to learn and reflect. Lawrence Crilly reports on how the staff responded
How To Incorporate Dialogic Teaching Strategies In The Classroom
In the second of three articles on Oracy, Sarah Davies explores the power of dialogic teaching.
Why We Still Need The Humanities, Social Sciences, And Arts In A STEM World
The growth of STEM subject preferences for university courses is both desirable and understandable after the Pandemic. But it shouldn't blind us to the importance of the arts and humanities, argues Sophie Goldsworthy