Teachers everywhere are looking to develop children's emotional skills. Tegen Hager-Suart
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Games and learning scholar Seann Dikkers sits down with teachers who use Minecraft in their classroom to learn about how innovative teachers think and design.
Revitalise your Shakespeare teaching with these websites and online resources that help bring the Bard to life for students and teachers alike.
Although Shakespeare’s language can be difficult, his insights and words still have importance and relevance to today’s students. Through participation in dramatic productions of the Bard, Joanne Skapinker shows how students develop confidence that allows them to succeed in all areas.
Putting students in the frame of mind to overcome the challenges that come with learning maths can go a long way in getting them to stick with it. Alexandra Fitzsimmons and Sarah Punshon explain their innovative approach to getting students primed for maths success.
The demanding discipline of Parkour can bring out creativity and discipline in all types of students. Barry He discusses how this exciting sport is rejuvenating PE programmes.
There are huge differences between Early Years and Key Stage 1 in culture and expectations. The pedagogical shift needs to be handled with care, argues Maureen Hunt.