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Saving time: Summative assessment

13 October 2020

Time is our most precious commodity and it is often in short supply. In this series, Adam Riches looks at how we can change common practices to help save time and improve teaching and learning. Here ...

Saving time: Doing more by doing less

5 October 2020

Time is our most precious commodity and it is often in short supply. In this series, Adam Riches looks at how we can change common practices to help save time and improve teaching and learning. This ...

Saving time: Collaboration

18 March 2020

Time is our most precious commodity and it is often in short supply. In this five-part series, Adam Riches looks at how we can change common practices to help save time and improve teaching and ...

Saving time: Effective and efficient CPD

25 February 2020

Time is our most precious commodity and it is often in short supply. In this five-part series, Adam Riches looks at how we can change common practices to help save time and improve teaching and ...

Saving time: Tackling misconceptions

22 January 2020

Time is our most precious commodity and it is often in short supply. In this five-part series, Adam Riches looks at how we can change common practices to help save time and improve teaching and ...

Developing your middle leaders

24 September 2019

How can we best support our teachers who want to make the step-up to middle leadership? Adam Riches offers some ideas for school leaders to help them boost staff development

Encouraging talking in the classroom

17 September 2019

Many students can be reluctant to speak in lessons but talking confidently is a key skill that we must be encouraging. Adam Riches looks at how we can help young people to find their voices

Get out from behind the desk...

20 June 2019

Effective classroom circulation is crucial, says Adam Riches. In fact, if you are sitting behind your desk while your pupils work, you are missing several tricks...

Effective teacher modelling

9 April 2019

Effective teacher modelling can help to address misconceptions before they arise. Adam Riches advises how teachers can make this approach work in their classrooms

Getting work scrutiny right

6 March 2019

Book scrutiny (or sampling) is too often about criticism and too often conducted in a Big Brother atmosphere of distrust. Instead, it must be about improvement, development and sharing best practice. ...

Nine resolutions for the classroom

9 January 2019

After the long autumn slog, the spring term offers teachers a chance to focus on developing their teaching practice. Adam Riches gives us his nine classroom resolutions for the new year

NQT Special: Beating the ITT maze

28 November 2018

Thousands of teachers started their training in September and the ITT year can be just as challenging as life as an NQT. Adam Riches offers advice for the trainee-to-NQT journey

Effective lesson observations

7 November 2018

Observing a lesson is not as easy as one might think. Adam Riches draws on his experience to offer advice on how to approach lesson observations to ensure good outcomes

Be responsive in your teaching

26 September 2018

We should address the misconceptions that often crop up during classroom teaching as soon as they arise. But how is it possible to teach responsively? Adam Riches advises

In-class marking and feedback

22 November 2017

Specialist Leader of Education, Adam Riches, proposes a strategy of in-class marking to drastically reduce workload while improving teacher feedback

Parental engagement: Helping out at home

5 October 2016

As teachers, we all want our students’ parents to be supportive and to help with their children’s education at home – but how can we best advise them so they can do this effectively? Adam Riches and ...

Getting your body language right

28 September 2016

What does your body language say to your students? Adam Riches discusses how you can give your teaching a helping hand by focusing on your body language

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