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To Stream Or Not To Stream
Teaching Tips
To Stream Or Not To Stream?

To stream, or not to stream? That is the question we teachers were asked to consider. Later, as I drove home, I remembered the day I found myself in stream ten, where stream one was the highest rated, and ten the lowest. It was in a very large Comprehensive School in the middle of England. Things weren’t going well with me . . .

Brain Based Learning
Empower Students
Ten Things to remember if you love Brain Based Learning

Do you love brain based learning? Our FREE ebook gives you 10 powerful and innovative ways to engage your students. This article explains the first one. Explore brain based learning, a powerful and innovative way to engage, develop and deepen understanding.

Project Based Learning
Teaching Tips
5 Ways to Utilise Project Based Learning

Project based learning (PBL) is a unique method to teach students. It establishes their problem solving and critical thinking skills. PBL enables students to collaborate with others.

Make Time to Relax is best
Mindset
Make Time to Relax

Make time to plan your break. Don’t over schedule! Just brainstorm the things you’d like to do on one sheet of paper. Circle five things only you would like to do and give so many days to each one. These are my five . . . . .

Inclusion Agenda good or bad
Empower Students
The UK inclusion agenda: right for everyone?

I’ve been mulling over the UK inclusion agenda . . . but on a personal level, it has been hard to find . . . an appropriate school for my teenage son who has autism and sensory processing disorder.

Become a Professional Teacher
Teaching Tips
Be a Professional Teacher

Be A Professional Teacher So, you’ve completed your teaching degree but becoming a professional teacher requires more than that. Being

Love to Teach Blog Writing

All articles MUST be approved by the I Love To Teach (ILTT) Writers Panel before publication. The best way to get approval is to make your article sincere and share what you love to teach in a unique way. Maybe you have a true story to share or something you have researched.

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