Monthly Archives: February 2015

Teaching Square Lesson – Hyperinflation in Germany

This year at our school we are, as part of our CPD, working in Teaching Squares. This means staff are working in groups of 4 to research, plan, teach and review lessons collaboratively based on the principles of ‘Lesson Study’. … Continue reading

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Strategies to promote challenge

The word challenge is much used in education. There can be no doubt that sufficient challenge is important and the stakes are high. Too challenging and students give up and find learning uninspiring. Too little and work becomes too easy … Continue reading

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Revision activities for history teachers

Originally posted on lovingthelearning:
It’s that time of year again when students start revising for their exams. There’s always a lot written about revision. There’s no doubt that it’s an essential skill and one that is crucial for teachers and…

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