Tes issue 20 September 2019

Tes - 20 September 2019

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Don't leave maths stuck in the past

Don’t leave mathematics stuck in the past

Mathematicians have always turned to the technologies of their time to push the boundaries of human thinking, fuelled by a mindset of playful rebellion against the rules. So why, then, is the current...

How social media can improve learning
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How social media can improve learning

The downside to social media is well documented, with the likes of Facebook and Snapchat supposedly responsible for everything from cyberbullying to pupils not getting enough sleep. But a leading...

How to create a team the dynamic way

How to create a winning team the dynamic way

Team dynamics – the interaction between staff – can have a huge impact on performance, research suggests. Simon Creasey uncovers expert advice highlighting the importance of hiring people who will get...

How I kept students going
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Negative learning attitudes are toxic – so flip the script

When pupils are trapped in negative narratives like ‘I can’t do this’ or ‘this is hard’, it can be toxic to learning, says Zoe Enser – so she explored what research has to say about flipping the...

How social media can improve learning
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How social media can improve learning

The downside to social media is well documented, with the likes of Facebook and Snapchat supposedly responsible for everything from cyberbullying to pupils not getting enough sleep. But a leading...

How I kept students going
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Negative learning attitudes are toxic – so flip the script

When pupils are trapped in negative narratives like ‘I can’t do this’ or ‘this is hard’, it can be toxic to learning, says Zoe Enser – so she explored what research has to say about flipping the...