Tes issue 27 September 2019

Tes - 27 September 2019

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Can we trust the results of high-stakes tests?
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Can we trust the results of high-stakes tests?

When teachers and schools are under intense pressure to get results, how can we know if a jump in attainment represents a real leap in learning? Daniel Koretz warns Irena Barker that the more we tie...

Four tips for embedding change in your school

Four tips for embedding change in your school

As a school leader, you may have hit upon the perfect transformational initiative to overhaul a culture or process in your school – but getting it embedded is easier said than done. Adam Riches turns...

Hit the decks to engage music students
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Hit the decks to engage music students

Turntable tuition can engage pupils alienated by more traditional forms of musical instruction, finds Dave Jenkins – so should more teachers be embracing electronic dance music in their classrooms, at...

How can we keep teenagers safe online?

How can we train teenagers to stay safe online?

Frauds and fakes have been around since the beginning of time. But, in a digital age, they are tougher to spot – and it is much easier for scams and hoaxes to proliferate. Being a teenager today is...

Want to boost language learning? Be creative
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Want to boost language learning? Be creative

Could the recent slump in modern languages entries be down to students being put off by boring texts? Researchers Suzanne Graham and Linda Fisher put this idea to the test, and found that a broader...

Can we trust the results of high-stakes tests?
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Can we trust the results of high-stakes tests?

When teachers and schools are under intense pressure to get results, how can we know if a jump in attainment represents a real leap in learning? Daniel Koretz warns Irena Barker that the more we tie...

Hit the decks to engage music students
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Hit the decks to engage music students

Turntable tuition can engage pupils alienated by more traditional forms of musical instruction, finds Dave Jenkins – so should more teachers be embracing electronic dance music in their classrooms, at...

Want to boost language learning? Be creative
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Want to boost language learning? Be creative

Could the recent slump in modern languages entries be down to students being put off by boring texts? Researchers Suzanne Graham and Linda Fisher put this idea to the test, and found that a broader...