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  • Do five-minute lesson plans actually work?

    08 Jan 2021

    The rationale behind 5-minute lesson plans is undoubtably well-intentioned. With the culture in schools so focused on teachers having to provide evidence for what they are doing in the classroom

  • Top Resources to Teach Music Theory

    23 Dec 2020

    If you want to understand the mechanics of music, you will have to learn music theory. At first, music theory may come across as alien and challenging, but it will help you understand each tune's structure much better.

  • How to Make a Remote Learning Lesson Plan

    23 Dec 2020

    With remote learning taking over the world, we need to adapt to the “new normal.” Teachers have to replace their traditional teaching tools and face-to-face communication with technology and video lessons.

  • 7 Advanced Tools to Help Your Kids Practice Sports at Home

    23 Dec 2020

    If you feel bad about your inability to help your kids develop their favorite sports, then you have come to the right place. In this guide, we have shared some of the most advanced tools, that if you get your little one, will undoubtedly help them get better at their favorite sports.

  • Should education be traditional or progressive?

    07 Dec 2020

    Trying to over-simplify education or attempting to use one size fits all approaches are not sensible ways of doing things. In many ways, education cannot be reduced to binary choices about the right or wrong way to educate children.

  • Demand for tutoring shows more catch-up funding is needed

    07 Dec 2020

    After the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing lockdown caused the closing of schools earlier this year, the government announced a support package of subsidised catch-up tutoring for disadvantaged pupils.

  • Top Resources for Every Stages of Childhood

    04 Dec 2020

    Wouldn’t it be great if parenting answers were spelled out in black and white? Clear cut answers for how to handle those problems that pop up, large and small, that get under your skin and boggle your mind?

  • The Ten Most Important Classroom Rules…

    01 Dec 2020

    When I worked in a rather up itself prep school, the extremely up himself Deputy Head once sent around a carefully laminated set of classroom rules to be installed on display boards in every room.

  • How to encourage students to learn something new in Summer holidays?

    01 Dec 2020

    Encouraging students to try something new in summer holidays is a real challenge for teachers. Of course, students need a break too; refreshing the batteries and all that, but they also benefit from

  • How to Keep The Classroom Healthy This Winter

    18 Nov 2020

    Every winter, the temperatures outside drop, and the number of common cold cases increases. Not only that but this year there could also be a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases as the winter months emerge.