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Tes - 05 March 2021

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Tes' 10 Questions: Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson talks about his school days and his love of art

10 questions with…Ricky Wilson

Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson recalls his school days – his passion for art lessons and a prank involving a violin

7 min read 5 Mar 2021
Covid and schools: How teachers can make a success of teaching music without instruments

Hit the right notes teaching music without instruments

Would students still buy into music lessons that largely consisted of theory? Having rewritten the curriculum in response to Covid-19 restrictions, Wendy Stevens is finding that students are...

6 min read 5 Mar 2021
Social media lessons: How teachers can use social media psychology - 'likes' and 'retweets' – to encourage students

How teachers can use social media psychology

Having become hooked on the warming glow of retweets, Robin Marsden set out to replicate the best of Twitter by dishing out positive affirmations to his students

3 min read 5 Mar 2021
Student wellbeing: How FE colleges can support students suffering emotional abuse in relationships
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How to help emotionally abused students

Often referred to as ‘toxic behaviour’, psychological abuse by an overly controlling partner can derail a young person’s college life. Empowering students to see their situation for what it is could...

10 min read 5 Mar 2021
Being a teacher could bring out the personality traits of sociopaths or psychopaths, according to research
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Is there a psychopath at your school?

Is there a psychopath lurking in your staffroom? The signs will be more subtle than a colleague wielding an axe, finds John Morgan, who discovers that the control inherent in teaching may bring out...

7 min read 5 Mar 2021
Covid: What have school leaders learned from leading schools through lockdown?
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School leadership lessons from lockdown

The pandemic has thrown up many new practices, from edtech breakthroughs to closer parental engagement. Grainne Hallahan picks out the key learnings from school leaders’ remote-management experiences...

6 min read 5 Mar 2021
Covid support: 5 things learners need from government

Teachers need to support each other

We are living in an age of distrust, writes the Tes editor – but we mustn’t let this inflitrate the teaching profession

4 min read 5 Mar 2021
Student wellbeing: How FE colleges can support students suffering emotional abuse in relationships
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How to help emotionally abused students

Often referred to as ‘toxic behaviour’, psychological abuse by an overly controlling partner can derail a young person’s college life. Empowering students to see their situation for what it is could...

10 min read 5 Mar 2021
Being a teacher could bring out the personality traits of sociopaths or psychopaths, according to research
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Is there a psychopath at your school?

Is there a psychopath lurking in your staffroom? The signs will be more subtle than a colleague wielding an axe, finds John Morgan, who discovers that the control inherent in teaching may bring out...

7 min read 5 Mar 2021
Covid: What have school leaders learned from leading schools through lockdown?
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School leadership lessons from lockdown

The pandemic has thrown up many new practices, from edtech breakthroughs to closer parental engagement. Grainne Hallahan picks out the key learnings from school leaders’ remote-management experiences...

6 min read 5 Mar 2021