Articles from Rachel Stubbs

UK Government must provide technological lifeline to universities - as they have done for schools - to save them from financial ruin triggered by COVID-19

UK HE sector face losses of £790m from accommodation, catering and conference income and £6.9b should there be a 100% fall in international students  HE technology guru Dr Nicos Nicolaou, CEO, UNICAF, is urging the UK Government to provide a technological lifeline to universities - as they have done for schools - to save them from financial ruin triggered by COVID-19.

Shifnal teacher Oliver McIntyre nominated for Outstanding New Teacher of the Year in Pearson’s National Teaching Awards – the Oscars of the teaching profession

Twenty-four year old Oliver McIntyre from Hillcrest Shifnal School in Shropshire has been shortlisted in Pearson’s National Teaching Awards – the Oscars of the teaching profession – in the category Outstanding New Teacher of the Year, supported by the Department of Education. Mr McIntyre – who caught the eye of the judges sifting through thousands of nominations – has been teaching history and geography at this independent school for boys and girls aged 5-19 with Social Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs for just 7 months.

LGfL scoops Education Resources Award for ‘Not for Profit Supplier of the Year’!

Educational technology charity wins top award in ‘Supplier of the Year: Not-for-profit’ category as well as coming ‘highly commended’ for its Key Stage 2 – 3 resource ‘Space Adventures - Mission to the Moon’

Using one-to-one tuition to improve educational outcomes

Drawing on her experience as a Love to Read tutor – a reading intervention programme devised by education recruitment specialists Supply Desk – Teaching Assistant Lucy Keeling discusses the key factors to take into consideration when providing students with one-to-one tuition, including the importance of positive pupil-tutor relationships and agreeing upon adjustable and measurable learning objectives.

Top four teaching resources for supply teachers and teaching assistants

One of the key factors in the delivery of an outstanding lesson is preparation. The internet is often the first port of call and online teaching resources are an invaluable aid to both supply teachers and teaching assistants. However, with so many resources available the sheer volume can be overwhelming – where do you turn to for the best science lesson plans, phonics resources, maths worksheets or the crucial end of term quiz?

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