Issue 137 | Page 3 | Published Mar 2015
Barriers to teaching and learning are different for different people, they can depend significantly on previous experience. This is illustrated well within this issue, with articles ranging from teachers new to the profession sharing their own thoughts on the barriers that others in their position might be facing to experienced practitioners sharing how they have worked at helping a whole school to develop.
More from this issue
This articel considers this important question recently to Bob Kibble asked by an eight-year-old. So who teachers you?
How a relevant and meaningful science curriculum was developed at a school for young people with autism spectrum disorders.
John Crossland continues his theme on thinking.