by Trudi Barrow, Sandringham School The introduction of blended learning into my classroom and then the abrupt switch to a virtual learning curriculum has had a huge impact on how I now assess students through both formative and summative assessment. I’m very interested in exploring how digital tools can help alleviate the time pressures and […]
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by Nick Gray, Bushey Meads School Motivation is a challenge for teachers; on the one hand we know that motivated students are the ideal if we want them to succeed in our classroom, but what actually motivates them to work hard in our lessons is less tangible and open to inﬂuence from many different variables. […]
by Richard Morton, Sir John Lawes School Feedback is a critical aspect of teaching, but also a problematic one. Feedback from a teacher allows students to improve their work and learn more, but if done poorly it can instead hold students back, and can also generate unsustainable teacher workloads for no clear benefit. As we […]