Tes

Tes

@tes

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Follow us for exclusive news, views on schools, #edchat, pedagogy and #education policy from @Tes.

UK
Joined on October 01, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @tes and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
2 hours
Average replies
2
Average retweets
13
Average likes
30
Tweets with photos
15 / 100
Tweets with videos
15 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

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83. in country United Kingdom and category Community

Tes
21 minutes ago

The DfE's planning to ask teachers to help it "measure and monitor" the ed tech response to the coronavirus crisis, new documents reveal. https://t.co/oPhSC4wfdh

Tes
35 minutes ago

It's going to be a fallow year for end-of-year gifts, so @michaelt1979 has a thank-you note for everyone who's worked to keep children safe and entertained over the past few months https://t.co/hm1dUyPl2i

Tes
2 hours ago

The @educationgovuk behaviour checklist – drawn up by @tombennett71 – is well-intentioned, no doubt. Its problem is its imbalance. Translated into practice, this will not stabilise school communities, writes @marymered https://t.co/Mfyb77QkQb

Tes
2 hours ago

Researchers are to probe the response of education systems around the world to the disruption caused by Coronavirus, using information gathered from schools: https://t.co/rxDW7ocDRR

Tes
3 hours ago

The new normal includes considering whether it's time to consign the old-fashioned after-school GCSE intervention session to the bin – @HeyMrsHallahan outlines three ideas that could take its place https://t.co/MCNBJ6EOay

Tes
3 hours ago
How important is it to follow your gut while teaching? @DrPragyaAgarwal has some thoughts in this week's @tes magazine – and you can read them, plus everything else in this week's issue, for free! 

Click here:
https://t.co/fHlwrK762u https://t.co/kaVwdYpsNj

How important is it to follow your gut while teaching? @DrPragyaAgarwal has some thoughts in this week's @tes magazine – and you can read them, plus everything else in this week's issue, for free! Click here: https://t.co/fHlwrK762u https://t.co/kaVwdYpsNj

Tes
6 hours ago

Are you running the best primary school in the country? Can you prove it? Yes, well the #TesAwards sound like they were made for you, huh? 😉 You can enter here: https://t.co/fLC0YENYe4 https://t.co/5K5QUi7bTD

Tes
7 hours ago

Most who work in schools aren't teachers – but their representation in the sector is abysmal, writes @sbl365 https://t.co/vIONqHHVsE

Tes
8 hours ago
Confronting unconscious bias can be uncomfortable but it's just the beginning of your journey, says @AnnMroz in this week's Tes leader.   

You can read this – and the whole of the rest of Tes Magazine – for free this week. You can find it here:
https://t.co/fHlwrK762u https://t.co/N2iMOOGqKO

Confronting unconscious bias can be uncomfortable but it's just the beginning of your journey, says @AnnMroz in this week's Tes leader. You can read this – and the whole of the rest of Tes Magazine – for free this week. You can find it here: https://t.co/fHlwrK762u https://t.co/N2iMOOGqKO

Tes
17 hours ago

You know what they say about useful guides to issues in teaching: you wait a week for one to arrive, and 32 are rounded up all at once. Have a look at the expert advice we've published this week, all in one place for your convenience https://t.co/cIJKW9jpjZ

This week's issue of @tes is FREE to read at this link https://t.co/K1kcrjrBAH and I am going to try and tempt you to sit down and have a browse with some selected quotes starting with.... https://t.co/dTaHifWaa3

Tes
19 hours ago

Combatting our unconscious biases is an ongoing process – and an important one, says @AnnMroz https://t.co/sVoN6WSwAF

Tes
20 hours ago

"It’s been hard not having anyone to share a “We made it through another day” G&T with, or simply to get a supportive hug from another adult." https://t.co/ObBDXVTD5a

Tes
a day ago

Have you had an outstanding teacher assistant this year? Then the #TesAwards are the way to let them know You can enter here: https://t.co/fLC0YEwnmw https://t.co/uk0WtO30Kv

Tes
a day ago

A gift for a friend, something nice for your classroom…or a fancy haircut: what would you spend a £500 high-street voucher on? @MrsSarahMullin daydreams through the possibilities… https://t.co/OT6fJwJpZd

Tes
a day ago

For all our best intentions, this intervention circus will leave us with a whole host of unintended consequences, says @MissLLewis https://t.co/8YE3ejXSbS

Tes
a day ago

Almost 2,500 children were admitted to hospitals in England suffering malnutrition in the first six months of the year - twice that of 2019 - FOI data reveals https://t.co/lYnUhMbbTN

Tes
a day ago

Some parents may worry about sending their children back to school; others may find it difficult to motivate their children to return. Here are 5 ways leaders can spot and help those families who need support https://t.co/cdwTKtllZ7

Tes
a day ago
This week's @Tes Magazine can be viewed for free right here:
https://t.co/fHlwrK762u https://t.co/h62SP2UZTk

This week's @Tes Magazine can be viewed for free right here: https://t.co/fHlwrK762u https://t.co/h62SP2UZTk

Tes
a day ago

Many say schools will need to focus on wellbeing – but don't forget that students will take comfort from the familiar routine of school and the chance to forget about the crisis, writes @amymayforrester https://t.co/HaSOIOBEUW

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