Paul Howard-Jones' intriguing, yet sometimes frustrating, book examines applications of neuroscience in education
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Children to be given occupational-therapy support in school to develop fine motor skills
Government is too 'reticent' about advising parents how to help children learn at home, says former education secretary
Higher income parents are significantly more likely to delay their child’s admission to Reception.
By 2024, 85 per cent of English GCSE students could be in line for a grade 4 or above
The definition of English as an additional language is too diverse to be useful, a linguistics professor argues
App that sends game ideas to parents improves the concentration and decision-making of children under 5, study shows
The existence of academies, faith schools and private schools encourages 'boring' teaching methods, LSE study finds
We invest our 'emotional labour' in our jobs, which is why performance-related pay doesn’t work, writes one teacher
If you are lucky enough to get gained time this term, you owe it to yourself to make those extra hours count
Girls more likely to do homework – and chores – than boys
Biology students who took reformed A-level better at practicals than those who took it under previous system
Study finds that The Daily Mile improves pupils' fitness
One English teacher shares a tried-and-tested approach that stops pupils relying on the same tired metaphors and similes
The bestselling author of more than 25 books for teachers,...
'Traditional or progressive? Zero tolerance vs restorative justice? Groups or rows? Does it even matter?'
One teacher asks: how can discussions about a complex professional craft fit so neatly into two opposing tick boxes?
Trial found that teaching parents to support young children worked, but few parents turned up
Expert criticises differentiated lesson plans, moving children's learning ‘all at a different pace’ and predicted grades
Why one college's approach to teaching Stem across all departments stood out to judges at this year's Tes FE Awards
Chartered College of Teaching’s new research journal under fire for failing to highlight authors’ commercial interests
TAs feel 'awkward' about their place in the classroom, finds research
When teachers give pupils a final message before their exams, should it be the carrot or the stick, asks Alex Quigley
Becoming closely involved in the realities of life for vulnerable children changed my approach in school, says one head
Inclusive schools that do 'the right thing' and accept pupils are being penalised under Progress 8, research shows
Guidance sets out common misconceptions about metacognition
Professor Becky Allen says secondary classes should contain at least 30 pupils
Dylan Wiliam says that Pisa rankings are bedevilled by missing data and distorted by private tuition
Pisa says rote-learning is holding back our schools – but memorisation and drilling are vital tools, says Tom Bennett
Lessons need a balance of authoritative presentation and genuine dialogue, argues oracy expert Professor Neil Mercer