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Army Educational and Training Services
Promoting and supporting the development and ethos of the Army's L&D experts, the Educational and Training Services (ETS). Always recruiting too.
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Army Educational and Training Services May 22
Thanks for all your support and best of luck in your new role :)
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Army Educational and Training Services May 21
Anyone interested in a rewarding career serving to lead by developing others at home and abroad, feel free to follow us or link in with - Regular and Reserve opportunities available :)
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Gareth W May 21
27 May is stacking up well. event in the evening and this at lunch with a member of on social mobility. might be interested.
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Army Educational and Training Services May 20
One of the greatest rewards of being an is supporting others’ development - and a lovely bonus to be thanked for it :)
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Army Educational and Training Services May 20
Replying to @PriorParkCCF
TYVM - that means a lot! Some of my favourite times early years in the Branch with our EFP learners - learned a lot from them too as a subaltern!
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Army Educational and Training Services May 20
Replying to @ArmySchofEdu
Brilliant!!!! Innovation is the life blood of being a successful educator....
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Army Educational and Training Services May 19
Replying to @Roezelt @ArmySchofEdu
Great efforts:) the spaniel looked like it cd go round again! ;)
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Army Educational and Training Services May 19
Replying to @DclpaP @ArmyEdu and 4 others
Great to see our newest and your innovating. Thanks for looking after and challenging them :)
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Army Educational and Training Services May 18
Replying to @JoeRead28
Well done Joe :)
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Army Educational and Training Services May 17
Another great blog from on - a really simple strategy, grounded in research that supports long-term learning.
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🇬🇧 TeacherToolkit.co.uk May 17
🚀 10 Differentiation Strategies + Resources by < 10 key principles to scaffold learning, with links to further research and reading >
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Tom Bennett May 17
In the 4 weeks we’ve been running the videos have been watched over 70,000 times. So proud of and grateful to all speakers, and . Free CPD at a time people need it the most. All videos still free, and online for staff training etc
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Army Educational and Training Services May 15
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Army Educational and Training Services May 13
Well done to both of you. Great work!!!!
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Army Educational and Training Services May 8
IMHO teaching methods depend on level of cognition required in the learner (e.g. recall v evaluation) - the higher the level, the more you need people to work with the info. It’s more about what level is being taught to than who it’s being taught to...
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CO ETS (South) May 7
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Army Educational and Training Services May 7
Not what I said...it depends on the question - looking backwards to how we taught to inform current practice is not useful as we know more now about how the brain learns than back then. That should drive how we teach...
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Army Educational and Training Services May 7
Irrelevant IMHO given what we now know about how learning happens.
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Army Educational and Training Services May 6
Thanks. Puzzled why you think there is a distinction though - we don't teach differently to soldiers and officers - key to teaching is understanding learning and what one is teaching - not mil (but I don't see that as relevant) lk at message us too.
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Army Educational and Training Services May 2
Great to see a member of the Branch supporting the development and delivery of training to BZ
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