The resurgence of deadly and entirely preventable diseases such as measles shames us all – and schools are on the front line
Tes issue - 22 March 2019
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By breaking down the typical spacial hierarchy implicit in classroom design and instead making every surface writable for students to scrawl upon, David Gibbons has discovered a way to make his...
Measles is on the rise, fuelled by unfounded fears about the safety of the MMR vaccine. But while teachers are on the front line in the battle to keep the deadly disease at bay, there are ways schools...
Motivated students achieve better exam results, research shows. But, given that motivation comes both from within and from external factors, how can teachers nurture and maintain it in their pupils?...
Those without an innate sense of number need more support in classrooms, argues Margaret Mulholland
FE professionals should be wary of condescending to the adults they teach and instead adopt an approach that takes into account students’ age and life experiences, says Sarah Simons
When headteacher Nicola Forster noticed that inspection reports often blamed middle managers for struggling schools’ shortcomings, she took a radical step to put her own troubled school back on track...
Pit your wits against Tes’ weekly general knowledge quiz
Society needs an educated elite, insists Roger Scruton, and the best way to achieve that is to take the child out of the equation to instead focus on what’s important: the transmission of knowledge
Meetings in a home setting go a long way towards preventing pupils from falling in the chasm between their parents and teachers, found headteacher Keziah Featherstone
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