Tes issue 30 August 2019

Tes - 30 August 2019

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Blaming the victims of sex abuse is shameful

Blaming child sex abuse victims is shameful

In recent years, media coverage of child sex abuse has been credited with breaking the taboo and encouraging victims to contact police. But too often news reports use language that shifts blame on to...

10 min read 30 Aug 2019
How SEND funding impacted my teaching
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My year in teaching: the impact of the SEND funding squeeze

Lack of cover staff, limited resources – Helen Kuhn describes how cuts to SEND funding have affected her pupils and changed her approach to lessons

5 min read 30 Aug 2019
How behaviour management shaped me
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The research that shaped me: behaviour management

While a study exploring how students perceived rewards and sanctions vindicated some of the methods Mark Roberts relied on, it also led him to question a central plank of teaching: public praise

6 min read 30 Aug 2019
Could lie-ins be more harm than good?
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Why teachers’ summer lie-ins may do more harm than good

If you’ve spent the holiday trying to catch up on sleep, you may not have done yourself any favours for the start of the new term, finds Grainne Hallahan

8 min read 30 Aug 2019
How SEND funding impacted my teaching
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My year in teaching: the impact of the SEND funding squeeze

Lack of cover staff, limited resources – Helen Kuhn describes how cuts to SEND funding have affected her pupils and changed her approach to lessons

5 min read 30 Aug 2019
How behaviour management shaped me
Audiobook

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The research that shaped me: behaviour management

While a study exploring how students perceived rewards and sanctions vindicated some of the methods Mark Roberts relied on, it also led him to question a central plank of teaching: public praise

6 min read 30 Aug 2019
Could lie-ins be more harm than good?
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Why teachers’ summer lie-ins may do more harm than good

If you’ve spent the holiday trying to catch up on sleep, you may not have done yourself any favours for the start of the new term, finds Grainne Hallahan

8 min read 30 Aug 2019