Tag: A level

Tag: A level

Responsive Teaching Questioning Feedback and Follow Up

Responsive Teaching: Questioning Feedback and Follow Up

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] At the core of it, what is responsive teaching? To answer the question, let’s analyse this article. What happens when the teaching input is completed yet half of the class is unable to answer the hinge point question? Sadly, most teachers would continue with the lesson as initially planned. Thus,

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How Can We Engage Children to read more

How Can We Engage Children in Reading

The world is steaming with distractions for the young ones to read. There is always a new television program to watch or a new video game to play. Coupled with the consistent need to catch up and share emojis, GIFs, images, videos and more with friends and family via social

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Phi Tuition: A Levels and GCSE Results Celebration

Another year has come and gone; we are celebrating yet another victory. This year it was even more challenging than the previous years because of the reformed GCSE exams. It was announced that there would be a reformed grading system and exams this year for the GCSE. It was received

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