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NQT Special: Working with teaching assistants

28 November 2018

What is the secret to fostering a successful working relationship with the teaching assistants who you will undoubtedly be working with in your classroom? Matt Bromley offers his 4Cs

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Metacognition: Classroom strategies

21 November 2018

The Teaching and Learning Toolkit ranks metacognition and self-regulation practices as among the most effective. Matt Bromley continues his focus on these strategies by offering six teaching ...

SEND and school governance: Getting it right

14 November 2018

A school’s governing body must support and challenge the leadership, SENCO and other staff in order to ensure fair and equal access to education for all students with SEND. Matt Bromley outlines your ...

In the classroom: Metacognition explained

14 November 2018

The Teaching and Learning Toolkit ranks metacognition and self-regulation practices as among the most effective for students, especially those who are disadvantaged. In this two-part article, Matt ...

Curriculum design and delivery (part 7)

17 October 2018

In the final part of his series on designing and delivering a whole-school curriculum, Matt Bromley recaps his key advice, discusses the importance of the language of learning used by teachers, and ...

Curriculum design and delivery (part 6)

10 October 2018

In the penultimate part of his curriculum design series, Matt Bromley considers how we can ensure our curriculum builds on what pupils have learnt in primary, and also looks at how we should approach ...

Curriculum design and delivery (part 5)

3 October 2018

When designing our curriculum, we should work backwards from the intended outcomes. Continuing his curriculum series, Matt Bromley models what this process might look like

So far in this series on ...

Curriculum design and delivery (part 4)

26 September 2018

Continuing his quest for a broad and balanced curriculum, Matt Bromley looks back at the curriculum to which Shakespeare was exposed while at school in Stratford...

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Teaching pupils with SEN

26 September 2018

Every child is different and there is no such thing as a typical SEN pupil. However, by sticking to some basic principles of good teaching, we can offer effective support to ensure our SEN learners ...

Curriculum design and delivery (part 3)

19 September 2018

Knowledge, they say, is power. Continuing his seven-part series, Matt Bromley looks at the role that knowledge and building cultural capital through vocabulary must play as part of a broad and ...

Curriculum design and delivery (part 2)

12 September 2018

Continuing his seven-part series, Matt Bromley looks at key questions to ask when creating your curriculum vision and explores Ofsted’s view of what makes an effective school curriculum (and some ...

Curriculum design and delivery (Part 1)

5 September 2018

In a new seven-part series, Matt Bromley will look at the central tenets of an effective curriculum and how to design and deliver this. He begins with a general discussion about what a good ...

NQT Special Edition: A four-step teaching sequence

27 June 2018

Trainee teachers will currently be honing their teaching practice in readiness for September. Matt Bromley discusses why he prefers to follow a four-step teaching sequence in the classroom ...

Feedback: The mark of success – Part 7

20 June 2018

In the final article of his seven-part series on effective feedback techniques and practices, Matt Bromley looks at the ‘when’ and the ‘how’ of feedback – and putting evidence into practice

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Feedback – The mark of success: Part 6

13 June 2018

In part six of his seven-part series on effective feedback techniques and practices, Matt Bromley focuses on how to engage pupils with their assessment feedback

In this seven-part series I’m ...

Feedback – The mark of success: Part 5

6 June 2018

In part five of his seven-part series on effective feedback techniques and practices, Matt Bromley focuses on developing an effective school assessment policy

So far in this series, I’ve argued ...

Feedback: The mark of success – Part 4

23 May 2018

In part four of his seven-part series on effective feedback techniques and practices, Matt Bromley continues his research review and focuses on the three questions and four levels of effective ...

Feedback: The mark of success – Part 3

16 May 2018

In part three of his seven-part series on effective feedback techniques and practices, Matt Bromley explores the evidence of what works

Several seminal works of educational research have espoused ...

Feedback: The mark of success – Part 2

9 May 2018

In part two of his seven-part series on effective feedback techniques and practices, Matt Bromley looks at making marking meaningful, manageable and motivating

Several seminal works of educational ...

Feedback: The mark of success – Part 1

2 May 2018

Feedback is the latest fashion in the world of education, with research showing huge gains in pupil progress. In this new seven-part series Matt Bromley will dissect the feedback craze and examine ...

How can you motivate your students?

18 April 2018

How can we motivate the pupils in our classrooms and schools to want to learn? We asked Matt Bromley to tackle this age-old teaching challenge. He offers some reflections, ideas and guidance for ...

Pupil Premium: Closing the vocabulary gap

21 March 2018

The educational gaps between rich and poor start early and widen throughout a pupil’s education. Matt Bromley argues that Pupil Premium spending must focus on cultural capital, especially the ...

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