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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

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 ...

Supply teaching: Your legal duties

6 December 2017

SecEd’s supply teaching series continues. Matt Bromley looks at the legal duties of the supply teacher, not least when it comes to child protection and safeguarding

NQT Special: A planned lesson, not a lesson plan

29 November 2017

The art of planning lessons is a key challenge to master for the new teacher, both from the point of view of work/life balance and effective teaching practice. Matt Bromley advises

The process of learning: Total recall (part 10)

22 November 2017

In the final instalment of our series on how students learn, Matt Bromley recaps his key messages on how we can improve pupils’ recall abilities and offers some useful classroom routines to bring ...

The process of learning: It’s quiz time (part 9)

15 November 2017

Our series on how students learn continues. Matt Bromley looks at how quizzing techniques can be used by students at home and by teachers in class to help improve memory and recall

The process of learning: Practice makes perfect (part 7)

1 November 2017

Our series on how students learn continues as Matt Bromley moves onto the third of his three steps to boosting pupils’ long-term memory and recall – planning for and encouraging ‘deliberate practice’

The process of learning: Cheats prosper (part 6)

11 October 2017

Our series on how students learn continues. Matt Bromley is looking at the second of his three secrets to boosting long-term memory – how we can help pupils to access their long-term memories quickly ...

The process of learning: Hard times (part 5)

3 October 2017

In the fifth instalment of his series on how students learn, Matt Bromley moves onto the second of his three secrets to boosting pupils’ long-term memory and recall abilities – ensuring they think ...

The process of learning: Sense and sensibility (part 4)

27 September 2017

Our series on how students learn continues with advice on creating a positive learning environment in your classroom in order to appeal to pupils’ iconic, echoic and haptic memories – and thus make ...

The process of learning: What is learning? (Part 1)

6 September 2017

Teaching is the input and learning is the output. But what goes on in-between? In this new 10-part series, Matt Bromley will be dissecting the process of teaching and asking what learning looks like ...

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