Tes FE cover 13/09/19

Tes FE - 13 September 2019

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Does your accent matter?
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As a teacher, does your accent matter?

A teacher’s accent shouldn’t have any bearing on their teaching, but studies suggest that many school staff feel pressured to change the way they speak. Here linguistics expert Alex Baratta tells Dan...

How can teachers promote skills transfer?
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How can teachers promote skills transfer?

Students often struggle to adapt what they have learned and apply it to different subjects or to activities outside of the classroom. Jared Cooney Horvath looks at impediments to the successful...

Is the Japanese writing system the key to maths?
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Is the Japanese writing system the key to teaching better maths?

The characters and symbols used in the languages of the Far East may make concepts such as fractions, multiplication and the properties of shape easier to grasp – giving students from the region an...

Turn teacher absence into opportunity

Turn teacher absence into opportunity

When staff have to take time off for maternity leave or illness, it can seem disruptive. But it’s actually a chance to make a positive change, says Emma Sheppard

When does a child become an adult?

When does a child become an adult?

It is a widely held belief that young people starting university at 18 are adults. But research shows that many lack vital life experience and don’t even consider themselves to be grown-ups. Perhaps...

Teachers need to stop spoon-feeding students
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Why teachers should stop spoon-feeding feedback

Teachers should not dole out feedback like sweets but should instead encourage learners to recognise for themselves where their strengths and weaknesses lie so they become more self-reliant in...

Does your accent matter?
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As a teacher, does your accent matter?

A teacher’s accent shouldn’t have any bearing on their teaching, but studies suggest that many school staff feel pressured to change the way they speak. Here linguistics expert Alex Baratta tells Dan...

How can teachers promote skills transfer?
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How can teachers promote skills transfer?

Students often struggle to adapt what they have learned and apply it to different subjects or to activities outside of the classroom. Jared Cooney Horvath looks at impediments to the successful...

Is the Japanese writing system the key to maths?
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Is the Japanese writing system the key to teaching better maths?

The characters and symbols used in the languages of the Far East may make concepts such as fractions, multiplication and the properties of shape easier to grasp – giving students from the region an...

Teachers need to stop spoon-feeding students
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Why teachers should stop spoon-feeding feedback

Teachers should not dole out feedback like sweets but should instead encourage learners to recognise for themselves where their strengths and weaknesses lie so they become more self-reliant in...