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News 4 Survey of wellbeing among SET members New chair and vice chair of SET Management Board appointed ETF programme to remove obstacles and bias for those seeking leadership roles


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Leader column by David Russell, chief executive of the ETF and SET Policy View by Rajinder K Mann, former chief executive of the Network for Black and Asian Professionals Welcome from Martin Reid, director of SET


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Focus 8 Teaching World Me & My Tutor What’s new in education and training? And why should I care?


Interview 10 Maggie Gregson


In Depth 12 How can we help students engage positively with society and politics? 24


Research in Practice 15 Sandra Rennie Richard Churches Andrew Tolmie Bill Lucas and Janet Hanson Jonathan Michie Sue Johnston-Wilder Andrew Morris Sarah Pagram


Maths Corner 23 The Formative 5 route to assessing learners’ progress Maths Essentials & Finite Ideas


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Conference Special 24 Read all about SET’s second annual conference where delegates heard, shared and discussed excellent ideas on teaching practice


Professional Matters 28 SET’s Code of Practice and why it’s so important


Career Focus 30 The benefits of free SET membership for student teachers


Learning Tech 33 Free modules on accessibility IT Ideas & Star Tech


Sue Wallace 34 Examining confidence and self-esteem


Books 36 The New Apprenticeships and Visible Maths Writer’s Blog


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Members Forum 38 Pedagogue with Lou Mycroft For the Diary


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