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Issue 9.1

Creative Teaching & Learning 9.1 Cover

The cover page of Creative Teaching & Learning 9.1

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26/03/2019
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Creative Teaching & Learning 9.1 Editorial

A word from our editor of Creative Teaching and Learning, Jory Debenham.

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26/03/2019
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Creative Teaching and Learning 9.1 News

The latest news from this issue of Creative Teaching & Learning!

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The Unexpected Power of Reading Conferences

Engaged readers tend to talk about what they’re reading and discuss how they relate to it. Jori Krulder shows how to engage and inspire an authentic love of reading through one-to-one conferences with students.

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Teaching Independence with Current Affairs

Strong critical thinking skills can strengthen social and cognitive development at all stages. Chloe Taylor shows how her classroom has implemented the Socratic method in the English classroom by teaching current affairs and getting students to read the news.

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26/03/2019
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Modelling for Success in Independent Learning

Pupils often have a hard time uniting multiple sources in their research papers. Dr Andrew Shenton shares a model he uses for his sixth-formers to help them with this complex and abstract task of synthesising materials.

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26/03/2019
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Three Ways to Improve Our Disagreements

Resolving subjective differences can be challenging, but being able to think deeply about complex issues and communicate why we think a certain way is an important skill for students to develop. Steven Campbell-Harris shares some approaches to move beyond intuitive responses to difficult questions.

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26/03/2019
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Mobilising the Power of Imagination

Through reading, students can be transported through time and space, and the beauty of books is often in the imagination of the reader. Author James Hartley shows us how to use creative writing activities to encourage to students to imagine and invent new stories and worlds.

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26/03/2019
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Bringing DNA to Life in the Primary Years

Abstract concepts relating to DNA can be challenging for students. Dr Mandy Hartley offers a framework for teaching it in primary school, allowing students to visualise and engage with DNA, laying a strong foundation for curiosity and inquiry.

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26/03/2019
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Streaming Inspiration

Broaden the curriculum and take a break from screen time with these podcasts, which are great for supporting and inspiring students in a variety of contexts.

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26/03/2019
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Developing Mental Fluency with Numbers Maths at KS1

In our ongoing series discussing the new national curriculum, our maths expert, Barbara Miller highlights some of the changes to the Key Stage 1 maths curriculum for the Number strands.

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26/03/2019
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