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Welcome to the series of Education Show articles. A place to discover the answers to the latest topics in the industry and learn from experts.
Asking questions to assess attainment in computing
Mastery or mediocrity: Managing the challenges of KS2 SATs
Former headteacher and director of SATs Companion, Nasir Qurashi, will be speaking at The Education Show next month (16-18 March at the NEC, Birmingham) about his extensive research into the current SATs curriculum, ....
Different but equal: The neurodiverse classroom
Victoria Honeybourne is a writer, trainer and senior advisory teacher. Her publications include: Educating and supporting girls with Asperger’s and Autism (Speechmark, 2016), Your Autism Journey: A self-exploration workbook...
Easing the transition for refugee children in early years education
Conscious of the wide-ranging ramifications of the current refugee crisis, Janet Harvell and Alison Prowle, senior lecturers at the University of Worcester, travelled to Calais and Dunkirk to find out what life was like for children in refugee camps, and how early years teachers...
Transforming attitudes to autism through peer awareness in schools
Joy Beaney and Kay Al Ghani are consultants for Autism Train, an independent specialist organisation, which provides high-quality autism and Asperger’s Syndrome training courses, support and mentoring. Autism Train specialises in providing on-site training for...
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