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In this week's Tes: personality, games and pop-up colleges

In the magazine this week: is there such a thing as the right personality for teaching?

In this week's Tes magazine: 14 September 2018

In the magazine this week: is there such a thing as the right personality for teaching?

The news issue of Tes is out now, and this week we're bringing you in-depth looks at the latest research about teacher personality, early years and literacy, as well as comprehensive insights into gamification in the classroom and how FE is evolving with 'pop-up' colleges. Here's a sneak preview of what you can expect from this week's magazine…

Tes magazine: The week in educationThe week in education

In our new weekly round-up, Ofsted comes under fire, the NQT survival guide and experts ask: can differential pay solve the recruitment crisis?

Tes magazine: Main featureA test of character

Do you have the 'right' personality to be a teacher? New research has opened up the possibility of character tests for teaching applicants

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Tes magazine: News featurePlaying the game

Could the introduction of video gaming into lessons improve pupil engagement and lead to enhanced learning?

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Tes magazine: FE featurePop-up culture

How the rise of the temporary 'pop-up college' is satisfying employers' short-term needs and broadening the reach of adult education

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Tes magazine: The essayEquality squared?

The success of one rising young start of the maths world is helping to tackle a gender imbalance in the subject, says Lucy Rycroft-Smith

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