Good teachers don’t need to know the genetics of their students
Michael Reiss, theguardian.com

Some envisage a future in which teaching is tailored according to genes. But there are lower-tech ways of being responsive to learners’ needs

Robert Plomin is a psychologist of international repute who has spent much of his life working on the…

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