Education Guardian
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06/23/2017 at 17:14. Facebook
Academics anonymous: stop censoring student journalists - we're trying to hold universities to account
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Academics anonymous stop censoring student journalists were trying to hold universities to

Stop censoring student journalists – we're trying to hold universities to account

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Education Guardian
06/23/2017 at 10:59. Facebook
On mental health, EU citizens’ rights and counter-extremism, there is an opportunity for student campaigners to make a real difference
Education Guardian 06/23/2017

For students, the Queen’s speech should be a call to action | Malia Bouattia

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Education Guardian
06/23/2017 at 10:00. Facebook
The chair of the Tef panel, Chris Husbands, thinks universities should use their gold, silver and bronze medals to drive improvements in teaching
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The chair of the Tef panel Chris Husbands thinks universities should use

Universities, don't rest on your laurels – use the Tef to improve

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06/23/2017 at 08:18. Facebook
The teaching excellence framework won't improve teaching - universities will just learn to play the game
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The teaching excellence framework wont improve teaching universities will just learn to

The Tef won't improve teaching – universities will just play the game

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06/23/2017 at 08:17. Facebook
What will universities look like in 2027 if government is still awarding them gold, silver and bronze medals for teaching?
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What will universities look like in 2027 if government is still awarding

Universities in 2027: how will the teaching excellence framework shape them?

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06/22/2017 at 15:52. Facebook
As a young postgraduate teaching assistant, it’s easy to feel a lack of confidence in the seminar room. Here’s how to turn your age into an advantage
Education Guardian 06/22/2017

Bane of the postgrad lecturer – teaching students your own age

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06/22/2017 at 11:34. Facebook
Who decides whether universities should be gold, silver or bronze for teaching?
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Who decides whether universities should be gold silver or bronze for teaching

Who decides whether universities should be gold, silver or bronze?

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Government is going to award universities gold, silver and bronze medals for teaching this week. So why should you care?
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Government is going to award universities gold silver and bronze medals for

Why should I care about the teaching excellence framework? – explainer

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Her journey from Aleppo to Germany made headlines. Three years later, Nujeen faces a new challenge – fitting in at school
Education Guardian 06/19/2017

What Nujeen Mustafa did next: 'As a refugee I feel I'm in a constant test'

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"Every faculty has been asked to present plans that include massive cost savings; they’re of such an extent that we can’t see how it’s at all possible without future job losses."
Every faculty has been asked to present plans that include massive cost

Universities face looming strikes as market revolution bites

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I had never knowingly experienced the glass ceiling in teaching, until I had children. I’ve always been career focused and, like many other teachers, teaching was very much a lifestyle choice rather than a job. Before children I had steadily worked my way up to middle leadership, with a view to moving into a senior leadership position over the next few years. But this ground to a halt...
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I had never knowingly experienced the glass ceiling in teaching until I

Secret Teacher: now I'm a parent, my school can't see me as a leader

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Sarah Procter
Rebecca Kingston
OL FA
"There are no year groups, no subject departments, no timetables and no assessments. There are also no teachers in the traditional sense: adults are 'guides', mentors who meet with students weekly or fortnightly to review their work and set a programme of learning. Students study in mixed age groups, learning from each other and working on topics that interest them"
There are no year groups no subject departments no timetables and no

Teachers as 'guides': inside the UK’s first Montessori secondary school

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Jo Hill
Harminder Rann
Sharlotte Moody
Having a baby at university can seem impossible – but help is available for pregnant students who know where to look
Education Guardian 06/14/2017

What to expect when you're expecting at university

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Gay Nyangon
"It’s not a profession that gets obvious daily kudos, but actually the daily kudos is the small milestones – the twinkle in an eye, a kid raising their hand, a look or a gesture. It’s learning how to treasure those moments"
Its not a profession that gets obvious daily kudos but actually the

Teacher who used stories to tackle gang violence: 'People are fearful of talking about inequality'

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Amy Fitzgerald
How do you keep students from dropping out of their university courses?
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How do you keep students from dropping out of their university courses

How can universities hang on to their students?

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Jan Linsley
Ngozi Obidiegwu
Johhny Vaughan
Nish Kumar, Emmy the Great, Samuel Ross and Bridget Minamore have all gone on from university to have successful careers in the arts. They explain how they broke into an industry where BME people are significantly underrepresented.
Nish Kumar Emmy the Great Samuel Ross and Bridget Minamore have all

How to crack the arts as a BME student

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I was full of optimism when I took a job at a free school, but we couldn’t give students the education they deserved. Politicians must start listening to concerns
I was full of optimism when I took a job at a

Secret Teacher: we need evidence on free schools, not blind faith

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Carolyn Morris
The Ross Education Group
It can be hard for staff to articulate their grief after a suicide - so how should universities support them?
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It can be hard for staff to articulate their grief after a

It's hard to articulate grief after a suicide – but we still need support

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