Research finds pupils' concentration and listening skills improve when they are praised rather than reprimanded, but DfE behaviour tsar warns that praise can be 'done well and less well'
Ofsted has a very narrow view of what curriculum is and schools have not been given the skills or freedom to innovate, according to academic Mark Priestley
We've all met dogs owners who've begun to resemble their pets. Stephen Petty has begun to notice a similar merging process...with his classroom
Children can tap into huge reserves of courage if given the right support, says Jonathan Wood of mental health counselling charity Place2Be
Access to knowledge has always been different for the advantaged and the disadvantaged. How can teachers change this, asks Michael Young
How do we ensure children are ready to learn? With a bit of teamwork and a lot of learning-based fun, says Kyrome Adams
When people talk about successful schools, they tend to be referring to exam results. But there is so much more to success than grades, says Colin Harris
Pete Roberts has battled with 'self-hatred' - but learned to see OCD and dyslexia as his 'superpowers' in the classroom
Unison members express 'intense dissatisfaction with yet another poor pay recommendation that many colleges will not implement'
Science teacher Ian Taylor explores how to use the Teach Like A Champion technique to improve feedback
Almost three-quarters of children surveyed would pick a career in the video games industry over a traditional profession such as law