Here is a recording given a few days ago by Bradley Busch at our school's education society on the Science of Learning.

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18th January 2018

Making feedback count

Over on the Teacherhead blog, Tom Sherrington provides advice on five ways to give effective feedback to students.

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Less that one in five Year 12 students taking A-Level courses in 2017/18 are being required to take an AS exam in their chosen subject, according to an online poll of A-Level teachers. Almost three...

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Tim Harford provides a timely and succinct review of Howard Jacobs's new book - the eight point plan could make for a good short tutorial discussion.

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Brilliant from Tommy Seagull who I am delighted to count as a former pupil. "If you teach a child to debate, you give that child the power not to be ignored. You give them the gift of...

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A hat tip to Ben White for spotting this great short message from Will Smith on how failure helps people recognise the areas where they need to evolve.

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"I want all of the girls watching here now to know, that a new day is on the horizon." One of the most powerful short speeches I have heard in recent times. Would it be pitch perfect and ready for...

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Soft skills such as a willingness to collaborate, curiousity and emotional intelligence may now trump a heavy reliance on STEM qualifications according to this article on Google's revised hiring...

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30th December 2017

GCSE Revision Walls

A number of teachers active on Twitter have been sharing photos of their GCSE History revision walls - I wanted to share them with you! An effective way of disseminating exam-specific information...

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The Xmas holidays have arrived and I was taken by this tweet from staff at Barr Beacon school who have putt down on paper some of the things they do for our teachers' well being. They are up to 46...

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Alex Quigley, Director of Learning and Research at Huntington Secondary School, York offers his selection of the 10 ten online education articles published during 2017.

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This could be perfect as a resource for those quirky and challenging end of term quizzes!

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An absolutely terrific piece here from Lucy Kellaway tracking the fortunes of her new group of trainee teachers as they prepare for their first year back in the classroom since leaving school. It...

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28th August 2017

A Circle of Dots

A circle of dots? What do you see?

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Here's a great icebreaker activity for the start of a new school year, to get your students introducing themselves and talking in small groups.

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A huge thank you to all who attended of our webinar on the resource called 'The Gamble'.

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25th August 2017

The Magic Hat

Here's a fun teaching resource called the Magic Hat. It uses an onscreen magician's hat to randomly choose a playing card which you can use as a method for running an engaging quiz in the...

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My former student Bobby Seagull is well-known for his adventures on University Challenge. In a new programme for BBC Radio 4 he teamed up with Eric Monkman to explore the opportunities of being a...

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