International perspectives on the curriculum Implications for teachers & schools Research Intelligence issue 148 The internationalisation of curriculum, and the effects of globalisation and...
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The past year and the pivot to online learning has highlighted and exacerbated inequities in education systems around the world. It is more apparent than ever that our schools must do better at...Continue reading
Innovations and challenges among reading recovery teachers in Bristol
Maths anxiety (MA) plays a role in educational disparities and the gender pay gap, yet it is not often addressed at the chalkface. Covid-induced school disruption may have made learning for...Continue reading
Following their closure to most students in March 2020, schools in England addressed the pedagogical challenge of remote learning using approaches that varied according not only to school culture...
Thinking like a teacher: Is the early career framework the answer to early career teachers’ prayers?
It’s a declaration that every teacher educator has heard from their trainees: ‘I’ve passed all the teaching standards so now I am a teacher!’ The current structure of teacher education...Continue reading
Given the harm associated with misinformation and the difficulties of working with complex real-life problems, are young people getting enough help in school with how to handle apparently...Continue reading
An alternative to SATs that will transform England’s testing & school accountability system in primary education & beyond
A quality physical education (QPE) programme is unlike the stereotypes of a ‘gym’ class often seen in popular culture. So, what should a QPE programme look like? QPE includes well-planned...Continue reading
Public enthusiasm for classics and ancient history is currently high thanks to a number of high-profile classicists on TV and radio: Mary Beard, Edith Hall, Natalie Haynes, Tom Holland and Bettany...Continue reading
‘We are the most researched people in the world’: Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith speaks at Cambridge on the project of decolonising education
On Thursday 3 June, Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith addressed the University of Cambridge’s annual conference at the Faculty of Education. Smith is ending her time as professor of education and...Continue reading
In the foreword to the new model music curriculum, schools minister Nick Gibb states that it ‘is designed to assist rather than to prescribe’ (DfE, 2021, p. 2). Notably, there is much detail...Continue reading