Teacher and writer, Adam Riches, considers plagiarism when it comes to teaching ideas and practices and the importance of giving credit where credit is due.
In this blog we look at the top frequently asked questions we receive around how the CLA Education Licence terms relate to using the Education Platform for teaching and learning.
Do you ever think about the author of a piece of work before you photocopy it? In this blog, Graham Elsdon shares his experiences of being a teacher and author.
To celebrate International Story Day on 20 March, children’ author Linda Strachan reminds us why the stories we share are so essential to our development and wellbeing.
Mary Myatt looks at the benefits of slow and fast reading for pupils of all ages.
For British Science Week 2021, Rachel Collins looks at the ways that schools can shine a light on science and keep Science Capital growing.
Creative media tutor, Katy Rushton, shares her top tips for guiding students through through the processes of finding inspiration, collaborating on ideas and developing creative ownership.
Edtech expert, James Kieft, shares his top tips for teaching remotely
In this blog, Julie Murray, our Education Licences Manager, talks about her love of scribbling and annotating as a powerful learning tool.
Founder of iSpace Wellbeing, Paula Talman, discusses the importance of preparing children with understanding and knowledge, strategies and tools to take care of their mental health and wellbeing, especially in the wake of Covid-19.