‘Short Hair’, Suggests Some Don’t Care!

Reading Time: 2 minutes Is it time for schools to ‘get real’ with some of their rules?

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Why Some People Can’t Help Believing in Conspiracies by @TeacherToolkit

Reading Time: 4 minutes What conspiracy do you believe currently exists within education?

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Building the Bridge Between Research and Classroom Practice

Reading Time: 2 minutes How do you think we can build the bridge between academic research and classroom practice? And is it possible for

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The Co-operative: Good with Schools?

Reading Time: 2 minutes This is a blog about the Co-operative Good with schools by Max Coates, Institute of Education, London.

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The Notion of the ‘Good Enough School’

Reading Time: 2 minutes This is a blog about the notion of the ‘good enough school’ by C. James and I. Oplatka.

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Observation as a Tool to Enhance Teacher Learning, Part 2 by @DrMattOLeary

Reading Time: 5 minutes In Dr. Matt O’Leary’s first blog, he asked; “if teachers are so used to being observed, why should it be

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Teachers and Lesson Observations by @DrMattOLeary

Reading Time: 4 minutes Why do teachers feel so strongly about lesson observation?

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Bridging the gap between academic research and classroom practice by @SLTeachMeet

Reading Time: 3 minutes Teachers and senior teachers are doing it for themselves … and so are academics. But are we bridging the gap

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Creative Teaching and Applied Imagination by @TeacherToolkit

Reading Time: 5 minutes The online blogosphere provides teachers with the opportunity to reflect online and use one another to bounce-back dialogue. This reciprocal-feedback

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Can Semiotics Improve Teaching and Learning?

Reading Time: 5 minutes This synopsis is part of my own MA Design Studies at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University

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