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Fear of the unknown: how the need to cover content negatively affects learning

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In November, I was lucky enough to pay a second visit to Japan to observe teaching and learning.  And I was reminded of the strengths of the Japanese approach to learning. I observed a science lesson with Year 4 about wind power.  In the previous lesson, children had planned an experiment to test wind power, […]

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‘Picking-and-Choosing’ for teaching innovation

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I became aware lately that my understanding of cognitive development has become the lens by which I frame everything in which I engage. Not only in schools or with relatives, but with any human interaction: this could be quite boring to people if I am not careful! Perhaps that is a natural affliction for any […]

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26/01/18

Are you up for the challenge of teaching thinking? In our latest blog Sarah Seleznyov shares some thoughtful insights from a visit to Japan.

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07/11/17

Lead LTE tutor Michael's ongoing thought on teaching a series of LTE lessons. https://t.co/IQeB4SaW0g

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20/10/17

LTE Tutor Michael Walsh's ongoing reflections on fortnightly lessons with a Year 6 class with a focus on rereading.. https://t.co/4wDa44GvwR

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