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teachers, Students, Guest Blog, teaching, evaluation

Can Pupils Objectively Judge the Quality of Teaching?
By The Educator on November 28, 2016

This week's Guest Blog is by The Educator. The Educator Blog is a blog specifically for teachers, all our blogs are written by teachers for teachers, we also offer the latest news,...

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Students, Blog, women, teaching, gender, STEM, gender equality, raising awareness, men

The Importance of Teaching Gender Inequalities
By Bethany Spencer on July 7, 2016

The fight for gender equality has come a long way, but we’re not there yet and it’s important we educate our students on this.

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Education, Blog, Press, teaching, bett2016, nicky morgan

Show My Homework CEO meets with Secretary of State, Nicky Morgan
By Bethany Spencer on January 29, 2016

Show My Homework's CEO Naimish Gohil meets with Secretary of State Nicky Morgan for a chat.

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Show My Homework Partners with HarperCollins
By Bethany Spencer on January 21, 2016

Market leading homework software to announce partnership with HarperCollins’ education division.

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Leadership, Blog, teaching, children, example

The Importance of Leading by Example
By Bethany Spencer on June 12, 2015

Students and children are impressionable, and are seeking out role models whose actions they will adopt and mirror, that's why as a teacher it's important that you lead by example. 

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How to Take Advantage of Your “Gained Time”
By Nabeelah Bulpitt on May 21, 2015

When students go off for study leave, teachers pick up 'gained time'. We explore the best ways to utilise this time.

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Guest Blog, teaching, teaching crisis

Being a Teacher: Overworked and Undervalued
By Rhys Giles on November 20, 2014

With the 2012 GCSE marking fiasco, and again recently in Dr Rory Fox's Daily Mail article, there've been a flood of comments regarding the teaching profession, and how supposedly lazy...

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