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Guest Blogger: @thenumberverse  NEED BEFORE FEED: I Don’t Have A Question For Your Answer. How well should we expect pupils to listen, engage, and try? Why should they, over and above a sense of duty? Let’s say you start a lesson …

Are you making your pupils scratch where there is no itch? Great Read! Read More »

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Guestblogger: @grahamandre It seemed to be during my GTP year that tutors. mentors and others were all endorsing the importance of AT1 in maths: Using and Applying. To be fair in my experience children do often learn best when things are …

A funny story about using AT1 in a Mathematics lesson? Using, Applying and Chink Chink! Read More »

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Below is a useful summary of how to respond to pupil answers in the classroom. It is very important that as educators we can handle pupil responses effectively and maximise outcomes. We need to make sure we demonstrate that we …

Top 5 strategies to respond to pupil learner student answers of questions in the classroom? Useful summary guide! Read More »

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Top 15 and half activities to demonstrate progress in your lessons? Below are some summaries of useful ways to demonstrate progress in your lessons across all subjects, especially if you planning to use the accelerated learning cycle and want are …

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99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning during any lesson observation! – Assessing Pupil Progress How to demonstrate progress in any lesson is a very popular search query with teachers across the globe. Demonstrating progress and learning is paramount when …

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Guest Blogger: @wardgow23 As a trainee teacher, I am always on the lookout for inspirational ideas for lessons. Whilst reading Ross Morrison McGill’s book “100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Outstanding Lessons” I came across an idea which really got me thinking …

Don’t forget the gherkin in your classroom when planning your Outstanding OfSTED lesson! Read More »

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