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3 Reasons Why Schools Are Abandoning Lesson Gradings

3 Reasons Why Schools Are Abandoning Lesson Gradings

@TeacherToolkitIn 2010, Ross Morrison McGill founded @TeacherToolkit from a simple Twitter account through which he rapidly became the ‘most followed teacher on social media in the UK’. In 2015, he was nominated as one of…

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5 Tips For Live Displays

5 Tips For Live Displays

Helen SharpeHelen works at The Radclyffe School in Oldham as English AST and Lead Teacher for Literacy. She has worked tirelessly to build a culture of reading through regular assemblies and whole-school initiatives while trialling…

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Teaching With Memory In Mind

Teaching With Memory In Mind

Hanna BeechHanna Beech has been teaching for ten years and has a range of experience across Key Stages 1 and 2 in a large Primary School in Kent. She is a phase leader for Years…

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Educational Fad: Lesson Objectives

Educational Fad: Lesson Objectives

John DabellI trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. In between teaching jobs, I worked as…

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Educational Super Fad: Detailed Lesson Plans

Educational Super Fad: Detailed Lesson Plans

John DabellI trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. In between teaching jobs, I worked as…

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Educational Super-Fad: The Madness Of Triple Marking

Educational Super-Fad: The Madness Of Triple Marking

John DabellI trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. In between teaching jobs, I worked as…

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Educational Fad: Lollipop Sticks

Educational Fad: Lollipop Sticks

John DabellI trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. In between teaching jobs, I worked as…

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5 Ways To Make Knowledge Stick

5 Ways To Make Knowledge Stick

Helen SharpeHelen works at The Radclyffe School in Oldham as English AST and Lead Teacher for Literacy. She has worked tirelessly to build a culture of reading through regular assemblies and whole-school initiatives while trialling…

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Research Myth 3: Learning Styles

Research Myth 3: Learning Styles

John DabellI trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. In between teaching jobs, I worked as…

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