TESpro links and references - 4/5/12
All the weblinks and references from the May 4 2012 edition of TESpro in one place
propedagogy – Is it curtains for the three-act lesson?
Hattie, J. Visible Learning for Teachers. Routledge. December 2011.
Ofsted. Moving English forward. March 2012
Ofsted. Excellence in English. May 2011
Ofsted. The Teaching of Reading in 45 Inner London Primary Schools. 1996
Siraj-Blatchford, I. et al. Effective Primary Pedagogical Strategies in English and Mathematics in key stage 2: a study of Year 5 classroom practice drawn from the EPPSE 3-16 longitudinal study. DfE. DFE-RB129. June 2011
probehaviour – A journey into pure imagination
The Create! Art for Autism competiion is open to young people aged 11 to 25 with an autistic spectrum condition.
The contest, organised by Beechwood College, is now in its second year and accepts entries in four categories: 2D art, 3D art, digital art and poetry,
Last year’s competition attracted entries from across the UK as well as from countries including India and Croatia. This year’s judges include the actress Jane Asher and TV presenter Gavy Roslin.
The deadline is May 18.
Tom Bennett’s blog
To pose your questions to our behaviour experts, add a new thread here: www.tes.co.uk/behaviour
Cadoxton’s video of their project, which won a Third Millennium Award at the 2012 NAACE Conference is available on YouTube in two versions. One with children speaking. The other with adult voiceover)
Short ‘SolarReady’ video of the installation
School of One was highlighted by the Innovation Unit in its report 10 schools for the 21st century:
To pose questions to the TESpro Career Clinic, visit: www.tes.co.uk/careerclinic
proresearch - Struggling under the emotional weight
Part and parcel of teaching? Secondary school staff’s views on supporting student emotional health and wellbeing, by Judi Kidger, David Gunnell, Lucy Biddle, Rona Campbell and Jenny Donovan
School of Social and Community Medicine, Bristol University
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