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What are Twinkl teaching resources and why are they so popular in school classrooms? A teacher's guide to all things Twinkl.
What is Jean Piaget's theory of Cognitive Development and what are the implications for creating active classrooms?
The importance of oracy in language development cannot be emphasised enough. Discussion is central to all aspects of the curriculum including unlikely areas such as grammar.
Why do we need to rethink teaching and learning INSET days and how do we promote teacher professional development?
How do we promote higher-level thinking and reasoning in the classroom? Teachers guide to critical thinking.
Piaget believed that children actively construct knowledge through their interaction with the environment. So it's very important for the child to be interacting with the environment in order to construct knowledge about the world.
Institutional approaches to encouraging student well-being should be implemented in international schools, but they can often be limited by unfamiliar cultural norms.
Metacognition is an essential element of reasoning and problem-solving. It is what allows people to reason deeply and effectively in a wide range of situations, from problem-solving in math class, to problem-solving in a meeting.
What is Ofsted? This blog post explores some of the key facts about Ofsted and provides some insights into the recent changes of the 2019 inspection framework.
Each week we round up all of the latest educational research and sum it up in one easy-to-read publication.