Differentiation: getting the balance right

As every teacher knows, students differ in their capabilities, their knowledge, and their interests.

In the early 1980s, the Cockcroft Report (1982) identified a "seven-year-gap" in student achievement in mathematics, motivated by the variation that the Assessment of Performance Unit had found in student response...

Apprenticeships: better skills, better careers

Mention apprenticeships and most people think of plumbing or welding. But times have changed. In a world where having a degree no longer guarantees a degree-level job, apprentices have become a key weapon in closing the ever-widening skills gap that has resulted in the UK achieving one of the lowest productivity rates of the developed world....

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QinetiQ give us their insight

Experts in defence, aerospace and security, QinetiQ, have teamed up with us on our STEM Insight programme to give teachers an insight into the inner workings and roles of their organisation.Keen to help teachers encourage students into the study of STEM subjects, the STEM Insight programme is designed to give teachers a placement in either...

Are you a post-16 or FE professional? We need your help

STEM Learning are looking to gather more information about those working in post-16 or further education.We know that every educator is unique - that primary newly qualified teachers need very different information from a technician working in a college.We're looking to find out a bit more about post-16 and further education professionals, and...

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