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Key stage 3 national strategy: ICT across the curriculum - OCT in mathematics

The national strategy for Key Stage 3 is mounted by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and supported by a national team. The aim of the strategy is to raise standards by strengthening teaching and learning, developing cross-curricular skills such as literacy and numeracy, helping pupils who come into...

Key stage 3 national strategy: KS3 national strategy materials for teaching gifted and talented pupils

The national strategy for Key Stage 3 is mounted by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES) and supported by a national team. The aim of the strategy is to raise standards by strengthening teaching and learning, developing cross-curricular skills such as literacy and numeracy, helping pupils who come into...

Schools council working paper 55: the curriculum in the middle years

The Schools Council was set up in 1964 to disseminate ideas about curricular reform in England and Wales. The Council produced many working papers and Research Studies, some of which are held in this collection.  The Schools Council was  abolished in 1984.

Schools council working paper 47: schools council and standing conference on university entrance - preparation for degree courses

The Schools Council was set up in 1964 to disseminate ideas about curricular reform in England and Wales. The Council produced many working papers and Research Studies, some of which are held in this collection.  The Schools Council was  abolished in 1984.

Qualifying to teach: professional standards for Qualified Teacher Status and requirements for Initial Teacher Training

This book is part of the Archive Collection which is available to view at the National STEM Learning Centre.

Key stage 3 national strategy: strengthening teaching and learning of interdependence: resource pack for tutors

This is one of a suite of CPD units from the Department for Education covering the five ‘key ideas’ at Key Stage Three (cells, interdependence, particles, forces and energy). It links with the 2002 Framework for teaching science: Years Seven, Eight and Nine and builds on ideas within the misconceptions in Key Stage...

Your child, your schools, our future: building a 21st century schools system

This publication describes the challenges and changes that schools and pupils now face, and describes reforms that have been made to the education system to meet these. It also sets out plans for securing the pupil and the parent guarantees across the country, outlining changes to the curriculum, school...

Working with dyscalculia: recognising dyscalculia overcoming barriers to learning in maths

Compared with dyslexia, very little is known about dyscalculia and the impact on learning basic mathematical skills. Anne Henderson takes readers through a description of the learning difficulty and how to remove barriers to learning early numeracy skills.

Video-conferencing across the curriculum

This new book by Tim Arnold and Steve Cayley, co-authors of the 2004 publication Video-conferencing in the Classroom is a resource book for teachers - from those thinking about getting started with video-conferencing to those who are already using it regularly in the classrooms. It includes advice about equipment...

Transforming schools for the future? A collection of provocation papers

The report on the Building Schools for the Future programme made by the House of Commons Select Committee raises a series of issues and challenges. This paper focuses on the need to specify what education in the 21st century should be like and, moreover, how new technologies can act as a driver for transformational...

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