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  • Introducing Teachers Media Lite

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  • Rescued by Rover

    Ideas to help students understand structure and narrative in Language Arts

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    Sharing great practice on elementary maths strategies

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    One of selection of training starters

  • Chemistry - Conversion of Mass

    Demonstrating short, snappy chemistry experiments

  • Self Assessment and Peer-to-peer Marking

    From the Boost Your Teaching series. Expert advice and guidance on key aspects of training

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