Non- Heterosexual Teachers Face Bullying and Discrimination In Schools
There are an estimated 50,000 LGBT teachers in UK schools. Despite important recent legislation such as The Equality Equal Marriage Acts LGBT teachers still report feelings of insecurity in the classrooms and staff-rooms of UK schools. Catherine Lee reports on a programme to create LGBT schools leaders and a book that tells their stories
Our exams no longer suit our future world
When Covid 19 arrived one of the first casualties was the public examination system. Teachingtimes.com talked to three experts on assessment and examinations to find out what lessons can be learnt
Europe Finds Ending School Lockdown Challenging And Divisive
Unesco has advised the UK to look to Europe for guidance on sending children back to school, But, as Simon Sharron reports, Europe is divided and at odds over the science.
Developing Learning-Centred Classrooms and Schools
When schools eventually do return they will need to change to get children re-engaged! Chris Watkins suggests important starting points for the journey from teacher-centred to learner centred classrooms, and then identifies the sort of language for learning which will go on to develop learning-centred cultures in classrooms and schools.