inTuition

inTuition is SET’s quarterly professional journal supporting members' access to CPD resources and the latest sector and research news. It combines sector news with educational research and exciting practical developments and ideas in education and training.

As your professional journal, inTuition is written specifically for teachers and trainers across further education (FE) and training to support you in your practice throughout your career. inTuition is delivered to members free every quarter. Members can also log in to download current and previous editions of inTuition.

inTuition, winter - issue 34, with additional EdTech supplement, out now!

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inTuition 34 - winter 2018

It has been another remarkable year for your professional membership body, with a series of landmark achievements benefiting you and the profession, writes Head of SET Martin Reid.

inTuition EdTech supplement - winter 2018

inTuition 34 features our first EdTech supplement exploring educational technologies and their uses for teachers and learners.

inTuition taster: Responding to a disruptive learner

Susan Wallace suggests teachers need to turn philosopher to weigh up the best way to deal with that typical teaching headache: the learner who’s distracting everyone else’s concentration.

InTuition taster: Combatting anxiety: three tools for all maths teachers and learners

When learners tie themselves into knots about doing maths, it can be so debilitating. Teachers can feel powerless too. But helpful techniques are at hand, write Sue Johnston-Wilder and Janet Kilpatrick Baker.

InTuition taster: Didau on... The vital role of memory in learning

David Didau discusses the importance of understanding psychology in teaching and why the most important area of psychology for teachers to know about is the science of memory.

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