Second post in the SSAT National Conference 2017: Illuminating learning blog series. Paul A Kirschner, Distinguished University Professor of educational psychology at the Open University of the Netherlands.
Alex Galvin, SSAT Senior Education Lead, writes… Back when I started teaching, assessment was pretty straightforward. Pieces of work were marked A-E and we recorded marks for certain extended pieces of work in a blue folder in the history work Read in full
Alex Galvin, SSAT Senior Education Lead, writes… The team at SSAT are in the privileged position of visiting a large number of schools every year. We know that despite the very real challenges that schools are currently facing, day in Read in full
Former teacher and SSAT editor Peter Chambers trawls through his personal and professional past to pick out the brief conversations that stick with you, often because they signal major change… You know how there are things people have said to Read in full
Students in schools encounter a staggering amount of information from social media. Adweek reports that the average social media user sees 285 pieces of content, totalling some 54,000 words, every day. By age 18, 88% of young adults regularly get Read in full