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SPICING UP READING!

The purpose of this blog post is to share with you some of our recent successes with helping to make reading a more fun activity for students in Year 9 English. We found that this version of reciprocal reading was a good way to motivate students to read because each student had an assigned role. […]

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Co-teaching: how do we know when we are doing it right?

  Following on from our recent INSED training on aspects of co-teaching in mainstream subjects at Shrewsbury,┬áChris Davison (2006) (Davison 2006 -How do we know partnership teaching) provides further insight into the, often challenging but ultimately rewarding, process of ensuring effective partnerships in the classroom and beyond. Davison states that though there have been studies […]

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