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Curriculum, teaching and support
Going deeper with Shakespeare: free resources
Charlotte Bourne | 16 October 2019

Charlotte Bourne, Deputy Head of Learning at Shakespeare’s Globe, on how to get started with the theatre's free teaching and learning resources.

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Perspectives on more able
Help your students become Expert Learners
Robert Massey | 8 October 2019

Author and teacher Robert Massey shares key principles and practical strategies from his recently published book.

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Curriculum, teaching and support
7 principles for challenge in KS3 science
Ed Walsh | 8 October 2019

Ahead of his workshop on this topic, NACE Associate Ed Walsh identifies seven key components of a challenging KS3 science curriculum.

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Curriculum, teaching and support
4 ways to avoid "But am I right Miss?"
Catherine Metcalf | 9 October 2019

Teacher and expressive arts lead Cathy Metcalf shares four approaches to help learners move beyond the search for a single right answer.

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Curriculum, teaching and support
Leading curriculum change in KS3 English
Tracy Goodyear | 17 October 2019

NACE Associate and Head of English Tracy Goodyear explores three key considerations when planning a challenging KS3 English curriculum.

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Why focus on more able?
Common myths and misconceptions
NACE | 13 May 2019

How many of these common myths and misconceptions about more able learners have you encountered? Time to get myth-busting!

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