Articles by Manfred Schulz

Students on Teachers…

Let me start with a little anecdote… As I was in charge of the newly qualified teachers and their assessment, I got to see a great many lessons. A particularly good one I once saw was in religious education, about the problem of God allowing evil. There were very clear learning objectives, which were shared […]


On Retaining the Beneficial Elements of GCSE Coursework

In Indonesia you can get a driving licence by having a brief chat about road signs with a police officer and paying a fee. A practical test is not needed. I have had to drive in Jakarta, it accounts for most of my gray hair. It is worrying, then, that we are moving towards a […]


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