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10 Nov 2014
Young people could be put off becoming the next generation of teachers due to a culture of top down accountability measures, pay-related incentives and high stakes testing and appraisal, according to the latest report from the RSA.
16 May 2014
The government has no coherent strategy for the development of teachers’ professional capabilities once they enter the classroom, according to an 18 month joint inquiry by BERA and the RSA into the use of research in the teaching profession.
14 Mar 2014
With the fear of the cane or other punishments now rightly a thing of the past - how can teachers best motivate and encourage their students to do well? A study from the RSA on motivation in the classroom has recommended some surprising yet simple low-cost measures that could be introduced by any school to boost young people’s expectations, resilience and enjoyment.
11 Mar 2014
The requirement of schools to develop the social and emotional skills of their pupils has become side-lined due to the overwhelming pressure placed on them to deliver better exam results, an RSA investigation has found.
15 Mar 2012
Teachers should be supported to think more creatively about deciding what to teach and be encouraged to collaborate more with parents and local organisations, according to a report published by the RSA.
10 Feb 2012
English mathematics education is not fit for purpose and is damaging the UK’s competitiveness, according to a report published by the RSA.
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