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September 20, 2017  

In episode three of Tes Podagogy, professor Linda Graham, a leading researcher into behaviour in the classroom, talks 'No Excuses' policies, misdiagnosed SEND, "productive discipline", and students "hard-baked" to be disruptive by ineffective school behaviour mangement policies

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September 15, 2017  

Join the Tes team as we discuss the week’s biggest talking points in the world of education. We talk about our exclusive interview with education secretary Justine Greening where she talked about school funding and teachers' pay. We also discuss the government's announcement on primary assessment and the scrapping of KS1 tests. We talk about our feature on the rise of scripted lessons, as well as an interesting piece of research that suggests boys are more likely to be interested in Physics because of the way that they urinate. 

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In the second episode of Tes Podagogy - the Tes podcast all about teaching and learning – Dylan Wiliam, emeritus professor of assessment at UCL Institute of Education author of books including Inside the Black Box, talks about the complex relationship between education research and classroom practice and ruminats upon everything from Dweck's Mindset theory to John Sweller's Cogntiive Load Theory. 

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September 8, 2017  

Join the Tes team as we discuss the week’s biggest talking points in the world of education.

We discuss this week's behaviour special: the team talk about the rocketing rate of exclusions, the Tes award-winning Boxing Academy and why one researcher says that punishments and rewards don't work in the classroom. 

 

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In the first episode of Tes Podagogy - the Tes podcast all about teaching and learning – Daisy Christodoulou, author of Seven Myths About Education and Making Good Progress – explains why assessment is important, how teachers can do it better and why it's much more interesting than some would have you believe. 

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September 1, 2017  

Join the Tes team as we discuss the week’s biggest talking points in the world of education. We talk about the new teachers' union which comes into effect today - the National Education Union (NEU) - and what that could mean for the profession. We discuss the sale of school playing fields and the decline of physical education - and we talk about our exclusive interview with Joe Wicks, aka 'The Body Coach', and his mission to get children moving in schools. We also discuss how eating school lunches with pupils can be beneficial. 

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August 25, 2017  

Tune into the Tes podcast to get the full lowdown behind the GCSE results headlines. News editor William Stewart and the exams and assessment reporter Eleanor Busby discuss the reformed qualifications and the new grading system. And Adi Bloom reports on what teachers and pupils thought about this year's GCSEs.

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August 18, 2017  

Tune in to the Tes podcast to get the full low down behind the A-level results headlines. News editor William Stewart discusses what the national results mean for standards. And we speak to Adi Bloom about her experience of visiting a school and we hear first-hand from AS level student Will Allsopp about what it has been like to study the reformed qualifications. We also give you a sneak peek on what to look for ahead of GCSE results day. 

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August 14, 2017  

Join Sarah Simons and Stephen Exley for a discussion about the week's big issues in FE. Including: why hundreds of SEND students are in limbo over whether they will start college next month; the private equity firm stumping up £135k to support disadvantaged college students; and the college which has put WorldSkills at the heart of its curriculum.

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August 11, 2017  

Join the Tes team as we discuss the week’s biggest talking points in the world of education. We talk about the exam reforms and what you can expect on A level and GCSE results day this month. We discuss what books teachers are likely to be reading over the summer period, and we debate whether children should learn poems off by heart. 

 

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