Tes issue 29 March 2019

Tes - 29 March 2019

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One teacher who constantly used to circulate in lessons explains the benefits of being less mobile in the classroom

'Why I stopped circulating in lessons'

Assistant headteacher Mark Roberts spent his days moving around his classroom until a deeper look at the research convinced him that flitting from table to table could be doing more harm than good

Education research is threatened by doubts about the way evidence is gathered, writes Martin George

Education research ‘in crisis’

We live in an age when teachers are becoming more research-informed than ever before. But what if the research they are turning to was built on shaky foundations? Martin George investigates an...

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Lessons from prison education

Engaging offenders in learning has often been an uphill struggle. But there are plenty of innovative approaches to prison pedagogy that other educators could learn from, writes Chris Parr

Illusions like ventriloquism can teach us a lot about multi-sensory learning, writes Zofia Niemtus

Why you should try multisensory teaching

Illusions like ventriloquism show how interlinked our senses are. So, while the ‘learning styles’ model may be widely discredited, using different sensory inputs can help students to retain knowledge,...

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