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In the fast-changing world of Scottish education, your Teaching Scotland magazine is changing too...
Emma Hely was amongst 15 Scottish teachers who headed to Rwanda to live and work for four weeks during the summer holidays. In her second blog entry, Emma updates us on her eye-opening experience.
Samantha MacDonald, Architecture + Design Scotland, explores how you can use the outdoors in your teaching on a day-to-day basis.
Although perceived by many as a minefield and maze, copyright is a positive concept, explains Alan Rae - Copyright Consultant to Colleges Scotland and the College Development Network.
The Scottish Children’s Book Awards shortlist has been announced, celebrating the most popular children’s and young adult books by Scottish authors or illustrators.
“Can we close the poverty attainment gap in Scottish education?” asks Dr Edward Sosu, School of Education, University of Strathclyde.
Thornlie Primary School and class teacher Nicholas McMahon reveal how Learning for Sustainability extends well beyond the classroom.
Teaching Scotland is media partners of the Scottish Children's Book Awards 2015–2016