Arts vs science is a false dichotomy

Open door on new horizons

Interdisciplinary degrees open the door for students seeking a varied education more reflective of both their GCSE experience and the wider world of work, writes Carl Gombrich

Carl Gombrich
23 Aug 2019

PODCASTS

Results days 2019: stats and analysis

Tes - The education podcast

Tes FE Podcast: GCSE results day

The FE podcast: GCSE results day

Sarah Simons talks to the AoC's Cath Sezen about this year's GCSE resit results, and what they mean for colleges

Tes Reporter
23 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Peer assessment

Pedagogy: What are the benefits of peer assessment?

In the latest instalment of our Pedagogy Focus series, we look at peer assessment and its benefits and drawbacks

Tes Editorial
22 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Solo taxonomy

Pedagogy Focus Solo taxonomy

The latest instalment of our Pedagogy Focus series looks at the concept of Solo taxonomy and how is it used in lessons

Tes Editorial
21 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Teaching theories

Pedagogy Focus: What are the key teaching theories?

In the latest instalment of Pedagogy Focus, we look at the rationale behind the most prominent philosophies in education

Tes Editorial
20 Aug 2019

T levels: how are they funded?

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We know T levels are coming in 2020 – and we know who will provide them. But how will they be funded?

Kate Parker
19 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Assessment

Scottish teachers have warned that, in many cases, National 4 studies fail to properly prepare students to progress to National 5

In the latest instalment of Pedagogy Focus, we look the concept of assessment and the various different approaches that can be taken

Tes Editorial
19 Aug 2019

Five things not to say on GCSE results day

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Perhaps your students should have worked harder, but now is not the time to say so – Haili Hughes gives her top five teacher no-nos after the envelopes are opened

Haili Hughes
19 Aug 2019

Book review: How to Teach English

Book review: How to Teach English, by Chris Curtis

Chris Curtis says all teachers fall short of perfection – but his book might get you closer to it, says Stephanie Keenan

Stephanie Keenan
18 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Questioning

To get the most out of questioning in the classroom, teachers need to think carefully about the kind of questions they ask

In the latest instalment of Tes' Pedagogy Focus series, we look at how best to use questioning in the classroom

Tes Editorial
18 Aug 2019

What is WorldSkills Kazan?

What is WorldSkills Kazan?

Over 30 young people are hoping to win gold at WorldSkills in Russia. Here, Tes explains all you need to know about the competition

Kate Parker
16 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Phonics

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The latest instalment in our Pedagogy Focus series looks at the basics of phonics and in how is it used in schools

Tes Editorial
16 Aug 2019

Pedagogy Focus: Socratic questioning

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As part of our Pedagogy Focus series, we explore the basics of Socratic questioning, and look at how can it be used in lessons

Tes Editorial
15 Aug 2019

Eyes down! It’s A-level results day bingo

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Every academic year presents its own challenges, characters and feelings - and yet results day always brings some extremely familiar elements. Will you get a full house?

Stephanie Keenan
15 Aug 2019