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A beginner’s guide to Doug Lemov

Best known for:Lemov has become something of a household name in teaching circles following the success of his 2010 book Teach Like a Champion. Based on best practices from experienced teachers, the book provides practical knowledge and proven techniques to help teachers teach better. Now in its second edition, Lemov's guide to '62 techniques that ...
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Progess 8 and Attainment 8: an overview

What are they?Up until 2016, all students and schools were measured on how many good GCSE's they achieved at A*- C, including English and mathematics.In October 2013, the government announced that a new secondary school accountability system would be implemented from 2016. It included two new headline measures, Attainment 8...
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A beginner's guide to Professor Rose Luckin

Who is she?Often described as the Dr Who of artificial intelligence (AI) in education, learning scientist Professor Rose Luckin believes that the teaching provided by schools and universities will fundamentally change over the next two decades as a result of AI, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR). Quick facts:  Born:Nationali...
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A beginner’s guide to: Professor Eric Donald Hirsch

Best known for:His book 'Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know', which argues that the majority of children in the United States are not being taught the basic cultural knowledge that allows them to participate fully in contemporary society. Quick biography: Born: 22 March, 1928Nationality: AmericanWhere does he work?  A fo...
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A beginner’s guide to Professor Daniel Willingham

Best known for: Willingham's work has worldwide appeal: his writings on education have been translated into fourteen different languages. Applying his expertise in cognitive psychology to the education field, Willingham's books include Raising Kids Who Read Why Don't Students Like School? and When Can You Trust the Experts?Quick facts: Born: 1961Na...
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