Like the Taj Mahal, I had heard about it long before I saw it. But I was still impressed.
We had travelled several hundred kilometres to see it. 1,236 more words
The recent culture of leaving more and more of the process of assessment in the hands of teachers, raises the important question of reliability. Much research into teacher assessment, even by strong proponents of its advantages, reveals that it is inherently unreliable. 447 more words
I know, I know, it’s so cliché. Another Chinese nerd banging on about boring maths. Believe me; I have fought hard to escape this stereotype. Banker and I didn’t get off to a good start as when we first met as students he guessed that I was a maths student. 2,024 more words
With the introduction of the new National Curriculum and the removal of levels, we’ve seen sustained interest in these topics from members of The Key for School Leaders. 205 more words