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Digital learning debates

Digital learning: why we should not rush to judge

Don’t judge edtech solely on the current crisis, as there’s decades of research pointing to the strengths and limitations of computer-assisted learning, writes Christian Bokhove – and it’s still early...

4 min read 1 May 2020
Good and bad stress examples

How can stress improve learning?

In the first part of his series on stress, neuroscientist Jared Cooney Horvath explains how short-term stress can help pupils to form memories – while a longer period of anxiety can hinder their...

4 min read 1 May 2020
Remote teaching colleges

Keep calm and carry on teaching college courses

When Covid-19 struck, questions were raised about whether colleges could continue teaching vocational subjects. But, as Kate Parker finds, lecturers who lead courses ranging from patisserie to...

8 min read 1 May 2020
Tes quiz 1 May 2020

Tes Quiz: 1 May 2020

Pit your wits against Tes’ weekly general knowledge quiz

1 min read 1 May 2020
Teacher training in schools

Trouble recruiting? Train up teachers yourself

Getting the right coaching system set up in school can pay dividends both for attracting new staff and for keeping the teachers you already have, argues headteacher Nicola Forster

6 min read 1 May 2020

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