Talk Up Teaching

Reading Time: 3 minutes Why do teachers and schools impose silly ideas on one other?

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Imagine (Always) Not Being Good Enough

Reading Time: 3 minutes Are you good enough to be a teacher?

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The Importance Of Student Feedback

Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you know what your students think?

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Critical Friendships: The Tuning Protocol

Reading Time: 3 minutes What feedback methods can schools use, to improve teachers and form critical friendships?

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Can Schools Reform Performance Related Pay?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Is it time to move performance appraisal away from individual teachers, to a collective target across an organisation? 

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Teaching Ideas To Bin: Ofsted Gradings

Reading Time: 2 minutes Do you still grade lessons Ofsted-style?

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#1MinCPD: Beat Those Observation Nerves

Reading Time: 1 minute How can we feel more in control when being observed?

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Podcast 22: What Are Your Views On Education?

Reading Time: 1 minute What are your views on the key education provocations?

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Six Models Of Lesson Observation

Reading Time: 4 minutes What do OfSTED want to gain from lesson observations?

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How Can Teachers Shift From Doing To Learning?

Reading Time: 2 minutes How can teachers move lesson planning from doing to learning?

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CPD Picks of The Week

Reading Time: 3 minutes Do you believe your child’s teacher has lots of free time on their hands?

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Dear Mrs. Claus

Reading Time: 1 minute What are you hoping to find under the Christmas tree?

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Would Ofsted Dare?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Why should teachers have to use social media as a pressure relief valve?

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Dear Santa

Reading Time: 6 minutes If you could give any Christmas present as a gift to teachers, what would you choose?

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Detailed Lesson Planning

Reading Time: 5 minutes Should trainee teachers write detailed lesson plans?

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Can You Be Better Than Before?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Is there a danger that ‘always striving to be better’ is damaging to the teaching profession?

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