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Recent updates: Chemistry
Since Paper 1 consists entirely of multiple choice questions it makes sense to give students practice at doing these types of questions. This can be particularly helpful if you teach students for whom English is not their first language as they need as much exposure as possible to these type of questions where... more
Recent updates: Psychology
Communication plays a key role in maintaining a relationship. Rusbult et al (1991) have investigated the role of accommodation as a key to having a healthy relationship. Accommodation is defined as an individual's willingness, when a partner has engaged in behaviour that is destructive to the relationship,... more
Recent updates: Spanish B
A continuación encontrarás algunas recomendaciones de obras literarias trabajadas en clase provistas por profesores con experiencia en la enseñanza de español B. Una vez más agradecemos su desinteresada colaboración. Nuestra idea es crear una plataforma en la que participemos todos y ¡cuantas más... more
Recent updates: teachMathematics
This page is dedicated to a collaborative project involving a worldwide student (and teacher) survey. Below you will find a questionnaire that will take 5-10 minutes for students to complete. Teachers may wish to trial the survey first. This is fine, but answer the questions honestly so that we can use the... more
Recent updates: English B
Which of the following newspaper headlines are real ? Scot-free! Union Jack gets a Yes vote makeover: Secret Government papers reveal how flag will look if Scotland votes for independence Exclusive: UN draws up peacekeeping plans in event of Scottish Yes vote Scotland to switch to driving on the right... more
Recent updates: Physics
A core is the centre of something but I'm not sure that the syllabus core is really the centre, I would call it the base since it's the basics that everything else is built upon. The old syllabus was presented in a ready to go teaching order I don't think the new one is. Some of the "themed groupings" of topics... more
Recent updates: Visual Arts
Applying to art school can be a scary and daunting process, but if you prepare well it is not only possible but a chance to give value to the work you have done.First think about where you want to study artWhere do you want to study? Your environment makes a HUGE difference in your experience so reflect well... more
Recent updates: Maths Studies
'What could compulsory mathematics look like?' This page is designed to go with the session I am running at the BCME 8 conference in Nottingham, April 2014. What could compulsory post 16 mathematics look like for students who might otherwise have left it behind? This session aims to show examples of rich,... more
Recent updates: English A: Language & Literature
One of the purposes of the Language and Literature website is to make teaching more straightforward for teachers; to ‘save time’, as it were. With this in mind, teachers can access, on this page, a range of blank documents to record assessment and provide feedback for individual students in each of... more