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How to Teach Art if You’re Not ‘Arty’

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A primary school employs a secondary art teacher to boost skills

Professional Conduct Dilemmas for Teachers

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NQTs discuss potential dilemmas for professional conduct

Starting Off with Fractions

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A fun way to introduce simple fractions to KS2/3 pupils Maths expert Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard looks at simple ways to start teaching fractions. Become the pupil as she uses chocolate to illustrate the concent of one w...

Pi in the Kitchen

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Kitchen equipment helps KS2/3 pupils understand circles and Pi Mathagony Aunt, Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard has lots to say about circles. Using her kitchen as her classroom, Wendy offers straightforward advice on helpin...

The Demonstration Lesson

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Preparing for a demonstration lesson at interview The demonstration lesson is becoming an accepted part of the application process for teachers. But it?s shorter than the average lesson at usually just twenty minutes...

You’re Pregnant – Maternity Rights for Teachers

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How pregnancy affects teachers' rights and responsibilities Playground duty, INSET days, parent/teacher evenings ? all part of a teacher?s working life. But what happens to these responsibilities if you become pregna...

Tips on Plenaries

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Teacher trainer Fiona Hogg demonstrates how to improve plenaries Expert advice on what makes a good plenary, how to cope with problem plenaries, and techniques to improve questioning - whatever your subject or phase....

Personal Statements

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Expert advice on writing a winning personal statement An expert gives advice on how to write a winning personal statement, from what to think about before you begin writing, to how to sell your skills and abilities t...

Tips for Better Digital Photography

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A professional photograher offer tips to teachers and pupils A professional photographer offers advice on how to get the best from your compact camera in school. Photography is no longer reserved for the school prosp...

Using Your Voice

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A voice coach talks about the power of voice Voice coach, Gillian McAuley, provides key information on using your voice in the classroom. Gillian talks through delivery, tone and gesture, demonstrating how using your...

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