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UKEd Magazine - Issue 53 - 1 views

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    Free online magazine for educators.
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UKEd Magazine - Issue 52 - 1 views

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    Free online magazine for educators
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UKEd Magazine - Issue 49 - 0 views

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    Free and open online teacher magazine from UKEdChat
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UKEdChat Magazine - Issue 49 - 0 views

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    Free and open access magazine for teachers with a special focus this month on independent learning.
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UKEd Magazine - Issue 48 - 1 views

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    "View issue 48 of the UKEdChat magazine."
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UKEdChat Education Research Highlights - Novemeber - 0 views

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    8 education research articles
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UKEdChat Magazine - Issue 46 - 2 views

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    Free and open magazine for educators
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Classroom Displays by @JMcKay1972 - 3 views

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    "Great classroom displays not only looks creative but will increase engagement and influence learning in a child-friendly environment encapsulating children's curiosity."
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June 2017 UKEdChat Magazine - 1 views

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    The free online magazine from UKEdChat
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May 2017 UKEdChat Magazine - 0 views

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    Free online education magazine
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April 2017 UKEdChat Magazine - 3 views

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    Free and open online education magazine with top teaching tips, resources and ideas.
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The Value of Argument by @History__Girls - 0 views

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    "Debating societies may seem to be the preserve of Oxbridge and private schools, but there is a place for debating in classrooms everywhere, argues Gemma Jones Debating societies may seem to be the preserve of Oxbridge and private schools, but there is a place for debating in classrooms everywhere. From 'Why William Won the Battle of Hastings' to 'causes of the First World War', history is a natural subject to use debates to deepen knowledge in lessons. However, across the curriculum there is scope to engage the pupils in a structured debate to challenge misconceptions, structure arguments and encourage independent study. Additionally, participating in debates can develop confidence and public speaking skills."
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February 2017 UKEd Magazine - UKEdChat.com - 2 views

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    Free online educational magazine from UKEdChat
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Our Wellbeing Journey - 1 views

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    Never has the theme of wellbeing been so much in vogue! And it's really no surprise why. The presence and prevalence of the wellbeing 'movement' is growing fast among the teaching profession and beyond. As teachers, we have one of the most privileged and fulfilling roles - to nurture, engage, inspire, and motivate the children we teach. It's a profession full of dedicated, talented people who commit so much of themselves striving to make a difference, to have an impact.
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    One good are is student wellbeing though more can always be done. http://www.textbooksfree.org/Child%20and%20Youth%20Well-Being.htm
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UKEdMag: Get their hands dirty! by @MissNina1983 - 0 views

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    It is essential that children in today's 'technology focused world' get real, hands-on experiences. The only things that some of my children have in their hands, once at home, are games console controls! By making learning fun and interactive we can engage children in finding out about the world around them and their past, instilling a love of learning and giving them some practical skills to use in the real world...
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It's Just a Matter of Time - 5 views

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    As teachers our time is unfortunately finite, but there are ways that we can use time in the classroom to have a positive impact on learning, progress, attitudes and mindset. In this article I hope you will find something that will really resonate. It is important that you carefully discriminate and find the new tips that work for you. After all, we don't have much time.
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