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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

Miles Berry

15/03/2017

When Ofsted reported on the state of ICT education in 2011, it observed that assessment was 'no better than satisfactory' in nearly 60 per cent of the schools that were visited...

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Adewunmi Payne Akinhanmi

15/03/2017

Catering for diverse learning needs in one classroom

Every teacher in every school would undoubtedly agree that each student in their class has different needs and interests where learning is concerned

 

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Miles Berry

15/03/2017

The DofE: a holistic solution to issues facing head teachers today

Many of the challenges faced by head teachers and senior staff today revolve around the need to satisfy a growing number of requirements that cannot be met through the national curriculum alone.

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Joanne Gray

15/03/2017

Putting social care at the heart of education

Joanne Gray is the headteacher at Battle Primary Academy in Reading, part of the National Education Trust Academies Trust (NETAT)....
 

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Dr Junaid Mubeen

10/03/2017

‘How technology can help us find the maths genius in every child’

Maths ‘genius’ is misunderstood. 

When most of us think of genius, we think of a pre-determined...

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Nasir Qurashi
Alison and Janet

07/03/2017

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, ....

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Victoria Honeybourne
Victoria

03/03/2017

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...

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Alison Prowle and Janet Harvell
Alison and Janet

03/03/2017

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...

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Joy Beaney and Kay Al Ghani
Joy and Kay

03/03/2017

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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Explore the exhibitor list of The Education Show 2017 and search by different sectors, keywords and who is new this year. 

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