Monthly Archives: December 2019

The Best of 2019

As the year draws to a close, it’s traditional to look back over the year at some of the best blogs we have shared.  For each month, we will share one blog from classteaching and one blog of the week. … Continue reading

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Hinge questions in humanities

Multiple-choice questions take a wide variety of forms, and the evidence is that, done properly, they can allow teachers to make solid and useful inferences about students’ learning.  They are a method of assessment that allow us not only to … Continue reading

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Bright Spots – 4th December 2019

Today James Crane and I walked around the school and saw some fantastic practice going on in our classrooms.  Here is a summary. In science Fahim Rahman was starting his lesson with a retrieval quiz that included questions on their … Continue reading

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