Learner First Model Part 8

Test Your Training Before Roll Out This blog is from a 12 part series about our learner-first training model. If you’d like to read more […]

Personality Test for Professional Development

As a professional development provider, TCEA prides itself on ensuring that the learning we offer is engaging. After all, the research is clear that someone […]

TEST POST-Please Ignore

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TEST POST-Please Ignore

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Primary Science – time for a new QTS skill test?

Well I'm determine to keep on my blogging schedule so this weekend it is a waffle on this blog. I do find this really difficult, […]

Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE-C1) – Speaking Paper

In this post you will learn everything there is to know about the CAE Speaking paper, also called Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE-C1), I promise. As an English academy […]

Cambridge English: Advanced (C1) – Speaking CAE

En este post aprenderás todo acerca del examen oral del Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE), es decir, el Speaking del C1 de Cambridge English. Como academia de inglés […]

Standardized Testing: What Americans Think About Testing

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Five Edu Lessons from China 6 months later

It's been six months since we came back from China. I have blogged about it right after we came back, but I thought it would […]

Video for Review: Erin Radebe, Long Reach HS

Overview Erin Radebe, a science teacher at Long Reach High School, is creating and posting video lessons on her website as review material for her […]

Measuring Long-Term Impact of 21st Century Learning

I was traveling with my kids this weekend across two states and the majestic views of the plains and the west. If measured correctly at […]

Reflections on China Tour II- When the Stakes are High

Here in the US we often talk about High Stakes tests and their impact for example the work by Berliner and colleagues. In China the […]

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