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Originally published in TES magazine on 3 January 2014 by Adi Bloom All children know the rules: take certain items into school and you can be fairly sure they will be confiscated by a teacher: mobile phones, computer games, semi-automatic weapons… All these and more – including a range of firearms,… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 13 December 2013 by Stephen Exley Minister says South African education is plagued by ‘poor practice’ South Africa needs to make major improvements to teaching quality within its school system if it is to deliver Nelson Mandela’s aim of educational equality for all students, the… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 6 December 2013 by Kevin Stannard We don’t need to water down science and maths for them to appeal to female students – a rigorous look at ourselves is what’s required We all know about the gender imbalance in the uptake of Stem (science, technology,… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 29 November 2013 by Richard Vaughan He calls for innovation even when things are ‘working perfectly’ Countries such as the UK and the US are not being “remotely bold enough” and “fear risk-taking” when effecting change in their school systems, one of the world’s best… read full article »
Originally published in TES magazine on 22 November, 2013 by Irena Barker English-speaking countries are “squandering” the benefits of having bilingual children in their schools and risk turning them into monoglots, according to an international languages expert. Professor Joseph Lo Bianco, of the University of Melbourne, said school leaders must think of… read full article »