Author featured in Teach Primary and Teach Secondary!

11 October 2018

‹Featured in Teach Primary Issue 12.7 are:

Sue Cowley - 'If more children are arriving non toilet-trained, it's our duty to support them and their parents in finding a resolution.'

Jarlath O'Brien - 'Go your own way. How to foster your own style within the boundaries of your school's behaviour policy.'

Featured in Teach Secondary Issue 7.7 are:

'4 ways to find out what they know. Make sure you're teaching the rights content at the appropriate time, with Claire Gadsby's quick assessment activities.'

David Didau - 'Whether you're trying to make chicken nuggets or use data to improve teaching and learning, if you put garbage in, what you'll get out isn't going to be good for anyone...'

Vic Goddard - 'We've all had enough of externally driven changes to what is required of us in schools - but that doesn't mean we can't make some adjustments of our own.'

Jake Hunton and his new book 'Exam Literacy'.

'How to thrive in your first 3 years of teaching. To aim for mere 'survival' is setting the bar far too low for the start of your career in education, insist Martha Boyne, Emily Clements and Ben Wright.

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