Why it's important to do more than just 'flick and tick' when it comes to homework
Tom Bennett offers advice on how to cater for the gifted and talented pupils within your class
A-level teaching presents its own challenges and benefits to to the teacher. Tom Bennett offers a guide to how prepare for teaching A-level students
It’s natural to want to be popular with students. But, as Meabh Ritchie reports, trying too hard to gain their admiration could land you in hot water
No matter how hard you work at perfecting your behaviour management techniques, you will encounter ‘the really challenging-class’ at some point in your career.
Providing pupils with the rationale behind your expectations and rules goes a long way to protecting a positive learning environment
Getting to know pupils is vital if you want to avoid conflict, and if you want your pupils to realise their potential.
All lessons need learning objectives. You need to make it clear what you expect pupils to know and understand by the end of the lesson.
Questioning is a valuable tool to use in lessons and these techniques will help you get the most from your pupils
In the spirit of inclusiveness you need to provide learning opportunities for pupils for whom English is not their mother tongue. This advice should help you cater for your EAL students.