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The Let’s Think Forum is a registered charity led by a group of academics, teachers and tutors. We work with teachers through professional development programmes and the provision of exemplar lessons in English, mathematics and science.


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Let’s Think in Finland

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As a Let’s Think tutor I visited Finland in spring at the invitation of teacher educators at Turku University. They are very interested in the Let’s Think approach and I was interested in what sets Finland apart as a high performing education system with a narrow range of attainment. There are of course many differences […]

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Writing less and thinking more!

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It would seem from pupils’ responses from Let’s Think in English lessons that sometimes they are often provided with definitions of literary terms e.g. genre, sonnet etc but are infrequently provided with an opportunity to apply the definition to a text and see if it fits. Pupils need an opportunity to make meaning from the […]

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25/03/18

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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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