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Tes - 17 January 2020

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Five things good leaders don't do
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5 leadership mistakes to avoid

Whether it’s damning a colleague’s misstep in front of a parent or asking them to do something that jars with their ethics, it’s easy for a school leader to slip up and lose the faith of staff, writes...

6 min read 17 Jan 2020
How driving improved my teaching

How learning to drive made me a better teacher

Teachers often find themselves up against a brick wall, in the form of a pupil who insists they simply can’t do a task. When simple encouragement merely fuels their frustration, the answer is to put...

8 min read 17 Jan 2020
Focus on... uniforms and discipline
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Tes focus on…Uniforms and behaviour

The debate about the benefits or otherwise of getting pupils to wear identical clothing has been raging for decades, but what does the research say? Eliza Frost gets the low-down from an expert

6 min read 17 Jan 2020
Video built the CPD star

Video-mediated coaching: your new CPD tool

Why restrict the recording of lessons to trainees and recently qualified teachers? Hanna Miller sets out how voluntary video-mediated coaching has improved reflective practice across her trust

8 min read 17 Jan 2020
Why schools should teach students to lie
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Why schools should teach pupils how to lie

While the idea of teaching deceit might fill you with horror, researchers argue that young people must learn the key emotional skill of telling ‘prosocial’ or white lies in order to succeed in the...

7 min read 17 Jan 2020
Five things good leaders don't do
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5 leadership mistakes to avoid

Whether it’s damning a colleague’s misstep in front of a parent or asking them to do something that jars with their ethics, it’s easy for a school leader to slip up and lose the faith of staff, writes...

6 min read 17 Jan 2020
Focus on... uniforms and discipline
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Tes focus on…Uniforms and behaviour

The debate about the benefits or otherwise of getting pupils to wear identical clothing has been raging for decades, but what does the research say? Eliza Frost gets the low-down from an expert

6 min read 17 Jan 2020
Why schools should teach students to lie
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Why schools should teach pupils how to lie

While the idea of teaching deceit might fill you with horror, researchers argue that young people must learn the key emotional skill of telling ‘prosocial’ or white lies in order to succeed in the...

7 min read 17 Jan 2020