“Learning by Questions releases free resources following the successful launch at BETT.”
In an article from the Guardian, Michael Rosen highlights how some headteachers lose pupils in the GCSE year, excluding the underachievers in favour of better school results.
I think it’s generally accepted that teaching mostly boils down to a three-step process that might occur many times in a single lesson…
As marking is one of the main reasons for extreme workloads and for teachers leaving the profession, don’t we need to reduce the burden?
We hear a lot about Shanghai Maths in the media – and some of it is even correct! Let’s demystify with some explanations.
Teaching without checking for understanding is like cooking without tasting.