No amount of tech or artificial intelligence will ever replace the love of a great teacher and a growth …

Tech is great. But a brilliant teacher will always be essential, writes a former schools minister, and TES Global’s chief education adviser This week thousands of educators will descend on the Bett Show at the Excel in East London. Visitors from around the world will tour countless trade stands and listen to some great talks – but what are they after? This annual quest appears to be, increasingly, in search of effectiveness, rather than the latest shiny new thing. This is a good development. It will always be the case that teaching comes before technology; technology is simply a tool that teachers may use to enhance their practice. This doesn’t only apply to technology. It is the same with anything new. My attention was drawn to a recent interview with Carol Dweck. Her…


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