Tes issue 5 July 2019

Tes - 05 July 2019

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Flicking through education research and just picking out the headlines is a risky business, warns Alex Quigley

Beware fake news and headline hype

A busy teacher can easily be hooked by catchy research summaries – but this is fraught with danger, warns Alex Quigley

3 min read 5 Jul 2019
Clinical psychologist Alice Boyes offers tips on how teachers can achieve peak efficiency
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How teachers can reach peak efficiency

Struggling with workload? Clinical psychologist Alice Boyes says subtle changes to working methods can reap rewards

6 min read 5 Jul 2019
Teachers should be aware that children develop 'speech processing' skills at different speeds, writes Chris Parr
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Speech processing: what every teacher should know

Adults often take speaking and listening for granted – but these complex processes involve skills that must be learned

8 min read 5 Jul 2019
How teachers can encourage their pupils to give more than one-word answers
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Want your pupils to give better answers in class?

Fed up with monosyllabic replies in class, Jamie Thom developed strategies to get the most out of pupils’ verbal answers

7 min read 5 Jul 2019
As a school leader, what should you do when a valued member of staff says they want to leave?

What to do when school staff resign

It's unsettling when staff say they want to leave – but a measured and proactive approach will help, finds Zofia Niemtus

6 min read 5 Jul 2019
Clinical psychologist Alice Boyes offers tips on how teachers can achieve peak efficiency
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How teachers can reach peak efficiency

Struggling with workload? Clinical psychologist Alice Boyes says subtle changes to working methods can reap rewards

6 min read 5 Jul 2019
Teachers should be aware that children develop 'speech processing' skills at different speeds, writes Chris Parr
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Speech processing: what every teacher should know

Adults often take speaking and listening for granted – but these complex processes involve skills that must be learned

8 min read 5 Jul 2019
How teachers can encourage their pupils to give more than one-word answers
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Want your pupils to give better answers in class?

Fed up with monosyllabic replies in class, Jamie Thom developed strategies to get the most out of pupils’ verbal answers

7 min read 5 Jul 2019