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31 iPad Apps For A Smoother-Running Classroom
A smooth-running classroom is about, among other things, organization, workflow, and classroom management.
Organization is about resources, priority, and consistency.
Workflow is about clarity, tools,… Continue reading
WE MUST ADDRESS NOW THE SKILLS MISMATCH SAYS BCC-POOR CAREERS GUIDANCE PART OF THE PROBLEM
BCC joins others in calls for quality careers guidance and education in schools
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) on 30 January published its… Continue reading
Self-Evaluations: The Key To Career Development
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After the end of the fiscal year, many companies ask employees to complete self-evaluations. These self-evaluations are then reviewed by the employee’s manager and, often times, included in the employee’s annual performance appraisal and personnel file in HR.
While many people scoff at this process and don’t take it seriously, it can actually be a great opportunity to increase communication between you and your boss and improve your career development. Just like with most things in life, the more effort you put into your self-evaluation, the more you’ll get out of the entire performance appraisal process. Continue reading
Uni degree vs apprentice
By Ruth Tierney 00:01 26 Jan 2014, updated 00:55 26 Jan 2014
Is it any wonder that savvy school leavers are spurning increasingly expensive universities in favour of modern apprenticeships? Ruth Tierney investigates
Louisa landed… Continue reading
Michael Gove denies attack on Ofsted chief
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Michael Gove (left) appointed Sir Michael Wilshaw in January 2012
Education Secretary Michael Gove has denied claims his team briefed against England’s chief inspector of schools, saying anyone who… Continue reading
How to have better development discussions
Discussions about development are often tacked onto the end of a performance review – but you can get so much more out of them if they’re approached properly, says Nicholas Roi
When it… Continue reading
10 THINGS YOU SHOULD UNLEARN BEFORE STARTING TO TEACH ONLINE
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1) Unlearn Telling Students to Stop Using their Mobiles in Class.
Online teaching embraces mobile learning. Rather… Continue reading
No more NEETs: A plan for all young people to be learning or earning
This paper sets out a strategy for radically increasing the proportion of young people who are learning or earning, by fixing the broken school-to-work transition… Continue reading
Secret Teacher: we can’t be outstanding every day, so why judge us on that?
Priorities. We don’t always agree on them, we sometimes lose sight of them, we often get them wrong, but I think we can all agree… Continue reading