Tag Archives: teaching

  1. Countdown to the Conference: Thomas Packer

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    September 29, 2016 by dragonflytraining

    With our independent schools’ conference fast approaching, we are delighted to give you some insight on what to expect on …
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  2. Removing Low Level Disruption

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    September 27, 2016 by dragonflytraining

    Steve Garnett

    Many teachers will be unsurprised to see that a recent BBC article featured the headline ‘Low-level, persistent disruptive behaviour in …
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  3. Can we afford to ignore the outdoors? By Julie Watson

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    September 20, 2016 by dragonflytraining

    Pupil A is cross, he is angry and he is out of control. This event has been building up throughout …
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  4. New Courses, New Trainers, New Dragonfly

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    September 19, 2016 by dragonflytraining

      With the new school year now in full swing, we at Dragonfly Training are delighted to be bringing you …
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  5. Theresa May’s Educational Bombshell: Some Thoughts on Grammar Schools. by Peter Dawes

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    September 13, 2016 by dragonflytraining

    Of all the pet hates of most teachers, right up there must be dealing with “expert” parents, keen to tell …
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  6. What Makes 21st Century Independent Education?

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    September 8, 2016 by dragonflytraining

    Dragonfly’s First Independent Schools’ Conference On 9th November, we at Dragonfly Training will be holding our very first independent schools’ …
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  7. Mainstream Literacy and EAL: The Perfect Combination

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    May 19, 2016 by dragonflytraining

    Fran Jones

    Fran Jones’ ‘EAL in the Mainstream Classroom’ course is packed with ideas that can help improve native speakers’ literacy skills – particularly across the skills of speaking and writing.

    creating the Language Rich Classroom.

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