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Naimish Gohil

teachers, Homework, Blog

The Hard Hitting Result of the 2019 Teaching Crisis
By Naimish Gohil on February 28, 2019

It’s long been known that teachers are overworked and the burden of admin and excessive workload is impactful to their lives, both mentally and physically. Today’s Metro headline...

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Homework, Blog

Homework is a Global Issue
By Naimish Gohil on January 15, 2018

Homework is a universal concept that transcends countries and languages - regardless of nationality, race or religion, it is something that affects everyone and that everyone can relate...

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Blog, Teacher Wellbeing

Focus on Teacher Wellbeing to Improve Retention in Schools
By Naimish Gohil on October 19, 2017

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Blog, Mental Health

When Does Technology Become a Hindrance in Schools?
By Naimish Gohil on July 19, 2017

We live in a world that’s filled with technology and the millennial youth of today are more technologically inclined than we'll ever likely experience. Schools have of course embraced...

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teachers, Education, Blog, social media, teaching and learning

Using Social Media in the Classroom
By Naimish Gohil on May 17, 2017

The impact of social media is undisputed, the simple use of a hashtag can start a movement and the simple act of sharing a status update or picture can reach millions of people from...

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Blog, guide, integration, SLT Resources, Network Manager Resources

What to Think About when Introducing New Software at Your School
By Naimish Gohil on May 10, 2017

When looking into new technology‭, ‬whatever its use case‭, ‬having a firm plan in place is important‭. From the purchase all the way‭ ‬through to fully embedding the product into your...

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parents' evening, Blog, guide, Parental Engagement, Teacher Resources, Student & Parent Resources

Parents' Evening Survival Guide for the Whole School
By Naimish Gohil on May 10, 2017

Whether you're a teacher, student or parent - Parents' Evening is an important event in the school calendar. It's an opportunity for parents to sit down and have meaningful...

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Blog, guide, raising standards, SLT Resources

How to Write the Perfect Homework Policy
By Naimish Gohil on May 10, 2017

Homework is an integral part to the learning process and as such, each school should have a clear homework policy readily available to teachers, students and parents that sets out your...

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Blog, Mental Health, mental health in the workplace

Supporting Staff with Mental Health Issues
By Naimish Gohil on May 10, 2017

Me and my staff aren’t ones to shy away from talking about mental health - we’re all very much on the same page in that it needs to be spoken about and more can be done to address...

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Homework, Blog, homework debate

Why Homework is Worthwhile
By Naimish Gohil on November 14, 2016

Yet again, we find ourselves in another heated homework debate. It’s almost impossible to scroll through social media without stumbling across an angry article that points the finger of...

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Blog, grammar school, theresa may

The Case Against Grammar Schools
By Naimish Gohil on September 16, 2016

Theresa May’s plans for a wave of new grammar schools has caused raucous debate not only for politicians but also between the general public. The plans to allow the creation of new...

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Technology, parents, Homework, Students, Blog

10 Times Homework Doesn’t Work
By Naimish Gohil on July 21, 2013

 Regardless of the worth of homework, there are certain situations when homework doesn't work at all. As teachers, we know it's important to recognise how homework fits into the...

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Homework, Parental Engagement

How to Get Parents Involved with Homework
By Naimish Gohil on June 14, 2013

How parents handle helping their children with homework, can reinforce how much of a positive value and that education is important. It can build a stronger bond between the school and...

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Blog, homework benefits

The Pros & Cons of Homework for Teachers
By Naimish Gohil on June 12, 2013

Homework impacts three types of people in a school: teachers, students and parents. There are pros and cons for all three of these stakeholders, as every one of them has something to...

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Homework Excuses, Students, Blog

10 Real Reasons Students Aren't Doing Their Homework
By Naimish Gohil on June 9, 2013

Remember when you were at school and hadn't done your homework? What excuse did you come up with? You completed it but you left it at home? It's in your other bag? A goose ate it on your...

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Tips & Tricks, Homework, Blog

5 Tips for Setting an Engaging Piece of Homework
By Naimish Gohil on April 30, 2013

Setting homework isn't easy; it has to be engaging & worthwhile. Teachers need to keep a number of things in mind when creating and setting a task at home. How will students complete...

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Classroom Management

The Pros and Cons of Using YouTube in the Classroom
By Naimish Gohil on April 26, 2013

YouTube in the classroom: can it be used as an engaging teaching and learning tool? Or is it a nothing more than a distraction?

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Homework, Blog, Parental Engagement, conversation

A Homework Conversation Between a Mum & Son
By Naimish Gohil on March 19, 2013

A couple of days ago, I was on the train heading home when I overheard a mother talking to her son... 

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