Reviews

Our reviewer of the week is Jill Berry a former head, now educational consultant @jillberry102 New bloggers emerge all the time. One of the interesting effects of the...
This is a book that wants to be taken seriously. It sets out to cut through the diverse opinions people have about education and provide an “evidenced based”...
This study is an interesting piece of work that shows the importance of senses such as smell for those with a multi-sensory impairment (MSI). One of the challenges...
It is only our perception Anonymous, @calamityteacher In this insightful reflection on an interview from which she (or he) was sent home at lunchtime, Calamity Teacher asks: “Why...
People who love learning, usually love reading. Hence, education books can often be “an event” across the school sector, as teachers share their ideas and pass on wisdoms....
It’s been a breakthrough year for education research. It is still very much a minority pursuit but the idea that teachers’ practice should be informed – where possible...
Harry Fletcher-Wood picks… Michael Fordham, clioetcetera.com Michael Fordham’s blog has been consistently superb, offering robust and thought-provoking argument in elegant prose. I approach each post with anticipation and trepidation...
Video games are everywhere: your phone, TV and even in school. They are constantly in the news and as normal to our pupils as TV is to you. As...
As we move into an increasingly numerical future, many areas of public life – including much of the world of education — appear to be defined by numbers....
Our reviewer of the week is Andrew Old, teacher and blogger @oldandrewuk Damned if I do, damned if I don’t By @ImSporticus A PE teacher recounts the grim...
As a Chinese person who has experienced elementary to postgraduate education in China and now researches education in a British institution, I always like to engage in discussions...
Toby Marshall argues that the government’s move of Initial Teacher Training (ITT) from universities and into schools is a mistake. Principally, he says, the direct to school training...

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