The Tes podcast: Does flipped learning work? How deep are cuts to English lessons for immigrant families?

Eleanor Busby

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Join the Tes team as we talk about some of the biggest issues of the week.

We discuss the first ever UK-based study into flipped learning in a school setting and we explore whether the increasingly popular teaching technique represents value for money.

We also talk how the country is getting worse at helping English as an additional language students' families speak English – and the devastating effects this failure can have on young people. 

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Eleanor Busby

Eleanor Busby is a reporter at TES 

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