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Get Creative with Online Teaching and Assessments

By Mary George, IGCSE and IB Educator, Consultant in International Education

Using formative assessment to support student resilience

By Natasha Arain, CEM Assessment Lead, Cambridge Assessment, and Mark Frazer, Teaching and...

Five basics of baseline assessment

Assessment is the bridge between teaching and learning. When done well, assessment can drive...

Teachers’ tips

It’s been a crazy year, full of changes and challenges. Students and teachers have been in and...

4 Signs of an effective Early Years Classroom

"Effective early years is the game changer."

– Lydia Cuddy Gibbs, Head of Early Years, Ark

ABC’s of CEM

We are starting the year off by going back to basics and looking at what our assessments are all...

Baseline Assessment: Make it work for you

We know it is vital that teachers have access to reliable information to support them in making...

Is it time to ditch ‘Differentiation’?

By Greg Ashman

I suspect I would struggle to find a teacher who has never heard of...

6 elements of great teaching

"You’re a teacher. You know how to help people learn hard stuff. Do that."

Professor Rob Coe

6 Tactics to help a child work on set tasks

Children who are inattentive, hyperactive or impulsive are likely to benefit from an...