Tes issue 2 August 2019

Tes - 02 August 2019

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Girls need to feel the pull of physics
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Girls need to feel the gravitational pull of A-level physics

Improving the gender balance in the subject is not rocket science – it’s simply a matter of informing female students about careers in the field, supplying role models and creating a can-do...

How oracy can impact your school
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How emphasising oracy had a profound impact at one school

In the last of a three-part series, Oli de Botton argues that focusing on discussion, debate and storytelling over detention can have huge benefits for pupils and the wider school community

Is England the future of education?

Is England the future of education?

England’s school system is often compared unfavourably with the ‘world-leading’ education found in Scandinavia, Germany and Asia. But our ability to balance diverse views and needs places us in pole...

Student engagement is the name of the game
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Student engagement is the name of the (interactive) game

Don’t be switched off by technology-based educational games – research shows they can have an incredible impact on motivation and knowledge acquisition, finds Sara de Freitas

Girls need to feel the pull of physics
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Girls need to feel the gravitational pull of A-level physics

Improving the gender balance in the subject is not rocket science – it’s simply a matter of informing female students about careers in the field, supplying role models and creating a can-do...

How oracy can impact your school
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How emphasising oracy had a profound impact at one school

In the last of a three-part series, Oli de Botton argues that focusing on discussion, debate and storytelling over detention can have huge benefits for pupils and the wider school community

Student engagement is the name of the game
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Student engagement is the name of the (interactive) game

Don’t be switched off by technology-based educational games – research shows they can have an incredible impact on motivation and knowledge acquisition, finds Sara de Freitas