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Tes - 16 August 2019

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Behaviour: Trauma-informed teaching is key - but so are rules, says Sarah Simons
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Do behaviour sanctions just make things worse?

Replacing a policy of reprimands and detentions with a ‘Stop, Look and Listen’ approach can avoid escalation and create a more positive learning environment for all, writes Sendco Nick Belcher

4 min read 16 Aug 2019
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How WorldSkills trainers could raise standards across FE

Could the dedicated experts preparing students to compete at the highest level in the forthcoming WorldSkills contest be the key to driving up the standard of technical education across the country...

15 min read 16 Aug 2019
How one class made students go from rivals to friends
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My year in teaching: from bitter rivals to best friends

At the start of the year, Lucy Moss thought she had the dream class – but it quickly turned into a nightmare. She explains how a Black Death-inspired role play helped to bring the warring factions...

5 min read 16 Aug 2019
The research that shaped my teaching
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The research that shaped me: the limitations of observations

Six years ago, Niki Kaiser was focused on creating lessons that would look great in observations – but then she came across the research of Professor Robert Coe and started to see things in a whole...

5 min read 16 Aug 2019
Lots of luggage

Why we need a personalised approach to school readiness

The term ‘school readiness’ comes with a lot of baggage and means different things to different people, Louise Kay argues. The researcher tells Jon Severs and Zofia Niemtus we should move away from...

8 min read 16 Aug 2019
Behaviour: Trauma-informed teaching is key - but so are rules, says Sarah Simons
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Do behaviour sanctions just make things worse?

Replacing a policy of reprimands and detentions with a ‘Stop, Look and Listen’ approach can avoid escalation and create a more positive learning environment for all, writes Sendco Nick Belcher

4 min read 16 Aug 2019
How one class made students go from rivals to friends
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My year in teaching: from bitter rivals to best friends

At the start of the year, Lucy Moss thought she had the dream class – but it quickly turned into a nightmare. She explains how a Black Death-inspired role play helped to bring the warring factions...

5 min read 16 Aug 2019
The research that shaped my teaching
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The research that shaped me: the limitations of observations

Six years ago, Niki Kaiser was focused on creating lessons that would look great in observations – but then she came across the research of Professor Robert Coe and started to see things in a whole...

5 min read 16 Aug 2019