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The Pursuit of Purging the Gap for Pupil Premium Students by @ASTSupportaali

Originally posted on NewToThePost:
*UPDATED- 13/02/15* Here is my PowerPoint presentation I shared with my staff to further raise awareness about our Disadvantaged Pupils. It includes my top tips based on the EEF toolkit on practices which make the most measurable…

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8 things they don’t tell you about PLNs (Twitterversary post)

Originally posted on ELT Rants, Reviews, and Reflections:
It was about three years ago I got involved with Twitter and connected with teachers (especially English teachers) around the world. It changed my life. In a 2012 post I detailed my…

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Tweachers – My advice for starting out with #CupofTeaCPD Trilogy Part 2

Originally posted on Wats-Education – from the inside looking out.:
I am quite happy to accept that I wasn’t the first. But since I posted my blog on why Teachers should use twitter, it seems that everyone started sharing theirs…

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My problem with ability

Originally posted on Teaching: Leading Learning:
I’ve always had a big problem with grouping students by ability. The Sutton Trust EEF Toolkit shows that ability grouping, setting or streaming has a negative impact on student attainment. Ability grouping slows progress…

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Cross-phase teaching & learning.

For our 50th blog post, we are very proud to have Mr R Davies (@davies_mr_r) write a guest post on his now area of expertise: teaching and learning year 2 & 3 in a small primary school. Trials and Tribulations … Continue reading

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Return of the tweet: guest post from @skychaserhigh79

Return of the tweet: guest post from @skychaserhigh79 Well, after a brief lapse, I have returned to Twitter…  What, no fanfare?  Granted I am not a prolific tweeter and, as I’ve mentioned before, am envious of those that can articulate … Continue reading

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Teachers on Twitter by @TeacherToolkit

Great promotion, thanks Ross.

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Trainee Teacher with SEN Specialism

Originally posted on cherrylkd:
I have been a student teacher mentor for around 10 years now it’s an aspect of my role that I truly love. I enjoy passing on the expertise from within my own school, the pearls of…

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Twitter in the Classroom: Green, Blue, and Black

Originally posted on History Tech:
I’m not that good at it but I still love to snow ski. My family does too. And we try to go at least once a year. But we always run into trouble. Son wants…

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FAQ: New Primary Curriculum

Originally posted on Ramblings of a Teacher:
As lots of schools start to prepare for the introduction of the new curriculum, the re-drafts and rushed implementation have left some questions. This post attempts to answer some of the most frequently-asked.…

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