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The Tutora Blog

Top 20 Tech Tools for Teachers

By Scott W, Wed 30th Nov

How to use tech in the classroom? As we move towards 2017, here are our top tips for the best new technology to use in your classroom. Here are all of the best websites we've seen in recent months....

How can Technology Improve Learning?

By Scott W, Mon 14th Nov

At Tutora, we passionately believe that technology can lead to great advances in the quality of education provision. We spoke to Atif Mahmood, Founder of Lumici Slate, who gave us his take on how schools can improve learning by harnessing new technologies....

How to Ask Great Questions when Teaching

By Scott W, Fri 4th Nov

Mike Gershon, education expert, tells us his top three tips on improving your questioning skills - this will help to get the most out of your students!...

How should we learn in schools?

By Scott W, Tue 1st Nov

Problems are not split into defined subjects and topics, so should our children be approaching learning differently?...

Young Entrepreneurs’ Challenge - Sheffield Children Inspired!

By Scott W, Thu 13th Oct

Teaching children business skills or being taught business skills by children? Tutora launches their Young Entrepreneurs' Challenge initiative in Sheffield....

Why are Teachers Leaving the Profession?

By Scott W, Mon 10th Oct

According to the Education Policy Institute, most full-time teachers work an average of 48.2 hours per week. But one in five works 60 hours or more - 12 hours above the limit set by the European working time directive....

Top 10 Female Role Models

By Scott W, Thu 6th Oct

A London-based Head has created a new initiative to promote better female role models after being concerned that many girls viewed Taylor Swift or Kim Kardashian as their idols. Here's our top ten list of the best female role models....

More Male Teachers Required!

By Scott W, Wed 5th Oct

Tutora is supporting calls for more men to enter the teaching profession....

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