Tes Scotland cover 07/06/19

Tes Scotland - 07 June 2019

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Could attachment to trauma theory help you?
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How attachment theory helps behaviour

When children exhibit extreme behaviour, sanctions – and, eventually, exclusion – are usually the response from schools. But when this primary teacher implemented an attachment-informed approach in a...

Nursery rhymes and their effect on language
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How nursery rhymes can tackle dyslexia

Rhythmic language, such as nursery rhymes, helps to kick-start children’s developing language systems, neuroscientist Professor Usha Goswami tells Zofia Niemtus – and research in this area could have...

What outdoor learning can do for you
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Outdoor learning can be a breath of fresh air

Challenged to argue the case that outdoor learning should be applicable to all walks of school life, Clare Erasmus found herself penning an argument that was surprisingly convincing…

A world beyond the googles
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Virtual reality in schools: beyond the goggles

If you think virtual reality is all about chunky goggles and almost-believable simulated school trips, you would be wrong. Dan Watson uncovers the true VR-enabled education future being researched in...

Children are victims of failed policy

Why don’t pupils feel like they belong?

For pupils, a feeling of belonging in school is vital for their wellbeing and academic outcomes. But children are increasingly feeling like outsiders in their own classrooms – and this is because of...

Could attachment to trauma theory help you?
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How attachment theory helps behaviour

When children exhibit extreme behaviour, sanctions – and, eventually, exclusion – are usually the response from schools. But when this primary teacher implemented an attachment-informed approach in a...

Nursery rhymes and their effect on language
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How nursery rhymes can tackle dyslexia

Rhythmic language, such as nursery rhymes, helps to kick-start children’s developing language systems, neuroscientist Professor Usha Goswami tells Zofia Niemtus – and research in this area could have...

What outdoor learning can do for you
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Outdoor learning can be a breath of fresh air

Challenged to argue the case that outdoor learning should be applicable to all walks of school life, Clare Erasmus found herself penning an argument that was surprisingly convincing…

A world beyond the googles
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Audio Article

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Virtual reality in schools: beyond the goggles

If you think virtual reality is all about chunky goggles and almost-believable simulated school trips, you would be wrong. Dan Watson uncovers the true VR-enabled education future being researched in...