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Hugh Smith advocates the continuance of a restorative approach to support learner mental health and wellbeing.
Investigation into the impact of sensory issues prompted Anne Healey, a teacher at Ashton Secondary School, to create a Sensory Passport.
Chief Executive and Registrar, Ken Muir, talks about the refresh of standards for educators in Scotland
Jamie Orr writes about professional reading and collaborative learning.
Our new Director of Education, Registration and Professional Learning (ERPL), Dr Pauline Stephen, tells us about herself and her plans for GTC Scotland.
Marion Rutherford and Lorna Johnston, National Autism Implementation Team (NAIT), discuss six supports for secondary pupils with autism.
How can teddy bears help improve pupil attainment and wellbeing?
Whether you’re using cloud-based systems or marking school jotters, keeping learners’ data safe is down to just five simple steps.
Laura Bates talks about the importance of tackling sexism in schools.
The Scottish Youth Parliament launches its 2019/20 campaign.
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