Growing Successful Virtual Learners Requires New Teaching Styles
Some schools have adapted to distance learning whilst others have struggled. The secret is not to try and replicate traditional classroom teaching online. John McCarthy, author and former curriculum director of an online school in America , outlines a better way
A Generic Model For School Improvement
Professor David Hopkins , one of the world’s leading education researchers, outlines the steps to a continuously self-improving school, based on student and staff learning
Socially Distanced Tents Go Up at London Primary
Previously we reported how a London-based architect had proposed using marquee tents to support social distancing in schools. The first trial went up this week.
Sebbie’s Story – Managing The Behaviour Of Traumatised Children
In the third guidance in her series of dealing with children with trauma related issues , Dr Margot Sunderland offers practical guidance for non-specialist teachers and school staff on how to respond to children in distress
In Favour Of Whole Class Reading, Organised Expectations and KPIs
To equalise and improve the teaching of reading across a MAT the Inspire Partnership in East London has exemplified how teachers should work with different age groups and what levels of reading performance they should expect. They have shared their Reading Exemplification with TeachingTimes
Guidance For Secondary School Provision From 15 June 2020
Government details for secondary schools about the return of pupils in June.
After Covid-19 We Need A New Paradigm For Education
When I started writing my new book ‘The Complete Learner’s Toolkit’ I had no idea the world would shift on its axis and there would be a paradigm shift in the way we see education.
Learning During The Lockdown: Real-Time Data On Children’s Experiences During Home Learning
This report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) presents initial evidence on how children are spending their time during the lockdown, with a focus on home learning activities and the home learning resources available in different families.
Tents Could Be Used to Support Return To School After Lockdown
Social distancing could be maintained with a concept already trialled successfully in Denmark