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Mark Martin (@Urban_Teacher) this week talks about life back in school, acknowledging the many challenges. For him this is a time of recapping learning from before lockdown, reviewing work done and looking at what needs to be covered before the end of the school year. Part of this will be measuring the academic needs of students. As he has previously advocated there is a chance to make good use of teacher created resources which can continue to have a role. Homework, project based learning and catering for those who miss lessons are mentioned. Transfer between subjects and application to real world contexts are relevant. Once again please do get in touch to share resources and ideas.

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