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Tes - 27 November 2020

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'Pupils should make amends for bad behaviour'

'Pupils should make amends for bad behaviour'

When pupils vandalised his new car, teacher Stephen Lane learned valuable lessons – about calm leadership and the value of getting children to make amends for their negative behaviour

3 min read 27 Nov 2020
Can college students cultivate a growth mindset?

Can college students cultivate a growth mindset?

Despite evidence to suggest the popular – and cheap – pedagogical intervention can transform the learning of school pupils, early research into college-age students has yet to prove the same, finds...

8 min read 27 Nov 2020
How to get your pupils thinking like experts

How to get your pupils thinking like experts

Observation is the most reliable method of learning, says Beth Budden – and ‘cognitive apprenticeships’ tap into this by modelling to children the thinking processes that experts use in different...

8 min read 27 Nov 2020
How to tackle gangs (in school leadership)
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How to tackle gangs (in school leadership)

Senior leaders operate in two ways – they are either ‘groups’ or ‘gangs’, according to one theory. Gangs develop out of fear and can be devastating, spreading anxiety through school – but there are...

6 min read 27 Nov 2020
Mark my words: Behind teachers’ most common sayings
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Mark my words: Teachers’ 10 most common sayings

What are the words most frequently used by teachers in the classroom? And what impact do they have? To find out, primary teacher Sally Kawagoe asked her pupils to keep a tally – and the results were...

5 min read 27 Nov 2020
Why ‘tolerance’ shouldn’t be tolerated in schools

Why ‘tolerance’ shouldn’t be tolerated in schools

The British Values policy says students should have ‘tolerance’ of others with different beliefs – but this kind of language doesn’t model positive attitudes to diversity, says Megan Mansworth

8 min read 27 Nov 2020
Why teachers should give pupils a warm welcome
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Why teachers should give pupils a warm welcome

Enthusiastic and elaborate ways of greeting students at the classroom door are constant viral hits, but do they actually make any difference to what goes on in the classroom? Chris Parr finds that a...

7 min read 27 Nov 2020
How to tackle gangs (in school leadership)
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How to tackle gangs (in school leadership)

Senior leaders operate in two ways – they are either ‘groups’ or ‘gangs’, according to one theory. Gangs develop out of fear and can be devastating, spreading anxiety through school – but there are...

6 min read 27 Nov 2020
Mark my words: Behind teachers’ most common sayings
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Mark my words: Teachers’ 10 most common sayings

What are the words most frequently used by teachers in the classroom? And what impact do they have? To find out, primary teacher Sally Kawagoe asked her pupils to keep a tally – and the results were...

5 min read 27 Nov 2020
Why teachers should give pupils a warm welcome
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Why teachers should give pupils a warm welcome

Enthusiastic and elaborate ways of greeting students at the classroom door are constant viral hits, but do they actually make any difference to what goes on in the classroom? Chris Parr finds that a...

7 min read 27 Nov 2020