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Tes - 31 July 2020

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People dressed up as Elvis at an audition - fake news PSHE

A checklist for teaching students to spot fake news

In today’s age of misinformation, it has arguably never been more important to teach children to challenge what they read. Assistant head Angus Weir explains how his school created a checklist to...

7 min read 31 Jul 2020
A diver diving into a sea of numbers – deep diving questions maths denial
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Dive in to save college students from maths denial

Many college students suffer from the belief that they ‘can’t do maths’, says Katheryn Cockerton – but research suggests that ‘diving-deep questions’ can help learners to dismantle the barriers they...

7 min read 31 Jul 2020
Woman in a mask panic buying toilet roll - EYFS leader year in teaching

How coronavirus changed my year: the early years leader

This past academic year brought extraordinary challenges for everyone working in education. For a new four-part series, Tes asks teachers and leaders to sum up their 2019-20. In the first instalment...

6 min read 31 Jul 2020
Black-and-white photo of construction workers taking a break in the air – teacher tiredness afternoon lull body clocks
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How to beat the afternoon energy slump

If you’ve ever felt a lull towards the end of the school day, you’re not the only one. John Morgan discovers how teacher body clocks affect the way they work, and why pupil body clocks can get in the...

8 min read 31 Jul 2020
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What school leaders can learn from police interrogation

You might think the grilling of suspects that we see in cop shows has little relevance to schools – but, in reality, police use a toolbox of strategies in their interrogations that can help leaders...

6 min read 31 Jul 2020
A diver diving into a sea of numbers – deep diving questions maths denial
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Dive in to save college students from maths denial

Many college students suffer from the belief that they ‘can’t do maths’, says Katheryn Cockerton – but research suggests that ‘diving-deep questions’ can help learners to dismantle the barriers they...

7 min read 31 Jul 2020
Black-and-white photo of construction workers taking a break in the air – teacher tiredness afternoon lull body clocks
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How to beat the afternoon energy slump

If you’ve ever felt a lull towards the end of the school day, you’re not the only one. John Morgan discovers how teacher body clocks affect the way they work, and why pupil body clocks can get in the...

8 min read 31 Jul 2020
Various animals dressed as police – leaders interrogation difficult conversations communication
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What school leaders can learn from police interrogation

You might think the grilling of suspects that we see in cop shows has little relevance to schools – but, in reality, police use a toolbox of strategies in their interrogations that can help leaders...

6 min read 31 Jul 2020