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Issue 9.2

Creative Teaching and Learning 9.2 Cover

The Cover page of Creative Teaching and Learning 9.2!

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Creative Teaching and Learning 9.2 Editorial

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

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Creative Teaching and Learning 9.2 Contents

Find out what's inside this latest issue of Creative Teaching and Learning!

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The latest news from this issue of Creative Teaching and Learning

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Rescuing the World One Drone at a Time

Getting students involved in STEM initiatives outside of the classroom can be a bit challenging, but Burgess Hill Girls has pushed past the barriers and seen great results. Physics teacher Katren Bishop shares how participation in the International STEM Youth Innovation Competition has captured the girls’ imagination and proved to be a brilliant way to stimulate their interest in STEM subjects and drone technology.

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Reconsidering Maths as a Creative Discipline

Creativity is at the heart of mathematical practice, with models, images and symbols providing a foundation for solving problems, building empathy and considering others’ points of view. Josh Lury offers some tactics for approaching maths problems while deepening creativity.

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Motivating for Maths Mastery

Using elements of play, independent and self-directed learning, all within a game-based framework, Bebington High has found a way to inspire students who are behind in maths. Christine Edge-Sayer shows how her school has successfully engaged and supported their most reluctant students.

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Deepening Human Intelligence Alongside AI

Navigating the new landscape of Artificial Intelligence has its challenges, but Professor Rose Luckin believes it’s possible for humans and machines to successfully co-exist, as long as we keep our humanity in the foreground.

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Setting the stage for success in essay construction

Many learners find it difficult to synthesise information collected from different sources. Andrew Shenton and Melanie Wood share a method for helping students develop this important abstract thinking skill.

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Modelling Money Matters Financial Literacy at Primary School

Financial literacy is an important part of being successful and well-educated. Daniel Ching and Julian Wright show how primary-aged pupils are learning valuable lessons that enhance the maths curriculum and give them the tools to excel later in life.

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Paving the Way for Physics Progress

In our ongoing series about the curriculum, science expert Ed Walsh highlights the key points to consider when teaching physics-based topics in Key Stage 3.

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Making It Current

One important way of preparing young people to be engaged citizens is to help them understand and connect with the issues that are shaping the world they are growing into.

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12/11/2019
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