John Stanier

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Charles I

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Keep reading with your children, parents urged

<b>Parents should continue reading with their children throughout primary school, urges a report.</b><p>Too many parents ditch the daily reading habit once their child reaches the age of seven, according to research for Oxford University Press.<p>Some 44% of 1,000 parents of 6- to 11-year-olds polled said they …

Oxford University Press

Putting emotional intelligence to the test

Our research at the University of Manchester demonstrated that the outcomes of Seal were mixed at best. However, if we look elsewhere, a growing body …

NoTosh

SLTeachMeet2 at the Russell Hotel London 14th May 2013

If *this* essay got *that* grade then the case for external assessments just got a bit clearer. http://t.co/NkXijPnOFW

Einstein's school report (out of 6). CHECK OUT THICKY ENGLISH THICKY. http://t.co/r996JBa9Ru

The Teach First selection panel http://t.co/33lqOx2Kpv

Can Computers Keep Secrets?

<b>Discover additional content that ties into Tom Barrett's critically acclaimed book, and take part with your own curious stories, through Tom's</b> …

The World's Spookiest Weapons

Cyborg animals, psychotropics and flying lasers are just some of the terrifying weapons government labs have cooked up over the years<p>Atom bombs are just the beginning. In the last half-century, the greatest military minds on Earth have developed an arsenal of weapons to make mutually assured …

RT @cluedont: How grapes are made. http://t.co/AKILtFGYKF

Neuroscience For Kids

home<p>The smell of a flower - The memory of a walk in the park - The pain of stepping on a nail. These experiences are made possible by the 3 pounds of …

Neuroscience

How to Teach Students About the Brain - Educational Leadership

When I began incorporating basic instruction about the brain into my classes and teaching simple activities to improve brain processing, students not …

Giles Falconer on Twitter: "Wonderful poster for classrooms - hats off to whoever made it! http://t.co/JVKPQoTtQH"

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Best Trips 2013

Got wanderlust? We’ve got your ticket. The National Geographic Traveler editors present the new year's 20 must-see places.

Travel Photography

Lego faces are getting angrier, study finds

Life in Legoland used to be so simple – smiling doctors helped cheerful patients, contented petrol pump operators filled the tanks of satisfied …

Gothic Sixth Form Conferences

In late 2013 BFI will be running events, screenings, courses, study days and publishing learning resources online, in print, and with collaborating …

RT @teacherTonytips: Give students options for their learning obj. They choose at the end of the lesson stating why.#personalisedlearning http://t.co/woDIlyrkJF

SOLO Research Project – Findings Part 1

As the project was to investigate an aspect of my teaching practice, I chose to use an action research approach. Alongside this, and the literature …

3 easy ways to use clickers and Peer Instruction in the Arts and Humanities

On June 3, 2013 I sat in a room at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany at a Turning Technologies User Conference. The room was quiet as we …

cazzypot on Twitter: "@Brian_Gym Look! The learning kebab!! http://t.co/lwbWTLlgW7"

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Robin's Costume

Batman is being too hard on the Boy Wonder in this cartoon by Dan Piraro. With this costume, at least he has a chance of being able to fly.<p>Link