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The importance of handwriting and spelling by @TeacherToolkit⤴

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Handwriting and spelling go hand in hand.  This post answers the 37th question from my TeacherToolkit Thinking page of Thunks. Thunk 37: The importance of handwriting and spelling by Julie P. Background: In May 2014, I wrote about The Importance of Handwriting. As a result, I co-created PenATweet day which was a massive success. These … Continue reading

Is self-assessment effective? by @Mroberts90Matt⤴

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This post answers the 36th question from my TeacherToolkit Thinking page of Thunks. Thunk 36: Is self-assessment effective? by @Mroberts90Matt Is self-assessment effective? Lesson completed, objectives identified, learning activity tackled, five minutes to go. As a trainee teacher for some reason I always seemed to have the desire instilled in me to conduct a self-assessment opportunity. … Okumaya devam et

What goes on behind a headteacher’s closed door? by @JillBerry102⤴

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This post answers the 35th question from my TeacherToolkit Thinking page of Thunks. Thunk 35: What goes on behind a headteacher’s closed door? by former headteacher, @JillBerry102 What goes on behind a headteacher’s closed door? We use the phrase ‘open door policy’ fairly glibly these days. Many school leaders want to be visible, approachable, accessible, … Continue reading

The 7 things top leaders do, by @MaryMyatt⤴

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This post answers the 34th question from my TeacherToolkit Thinking page of Thunks. Thunk 34: The 7 things top leaders do, by @MaryMyatt To celebrate my 200th blogpost, I am delighted that Mary Myatt has written this aide-memoir for outstanding leadership traits found in education. Mary has worked in hundreds and hundreds of schools; so … Continue reading