John Cassidy

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DfE on Twitter: "Watch: Stephen Kingdom’s guide to the draft #SEN Code of Practice @nasen_org: http://t.co/na8wJcsUGx"

Joanne on Twitter: ""@JohnCassidy75: INDEPENDENT Play’s the thing Globe Theatre learning Shakespeare to be fun not chore http://t.co/eFSxjLdODH" thank you :-)"

GuardianTeach on Twitter: "Students need a bit of with their punctuation? Check this out http://t.co/gOv7gB1YUx Thanks @MrACDPresent"

GuardianTeach on Twitter: "Thanks @BritishRedCross for sharing this excellent Photo News quiz 2013 http://t.co/gEOqYu96tK great for last few weeks of term"

GuardianTeach on Twitter: "This boredom busing intro to Shakespeare http://t.co/qpxKgu5Awa is perfectly pitched for year 8"

Teacher ROAR on Twitter: "In case you missed it last night we tweeted this unbelieveable (but totally real) ad for an unqualified Maths teacher http://t.co/JjGiZYTnoW"

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Are gimmicks and trends getting in the way of teaching? Anything that distracts teachers and school leaders from improving teaching and learning are cumbersome tools that only weigh us down, argues Alex Quigley http://www.theguardian.com/teacher-network/teacher-blog/2013/nov/04/gimmicks-trends-teaching

Cat righting reflex

The <b>cat righting reflex</b> is a cat's innate ability to orient itself as it falls in order to land on its feet. The righting reflex begins to appear at …