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CPD and Teaching Quality; Solution or Emulsion

It should have been a quiet day on twitter; I hadn’t posted anything for a number of days and I needed to focus on moving a whole series of things into storage.  Panic set in when Sean Harford sent me a couple of tweets seeking some clarification. Continue reading

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Can We All Teach Like a Champion? #TLaC

If developing the quality of teaching is a leadership imperative is it possible for us all to teach like a champion with the right professional development?  I’ve been reading, which is always a dangerous thing, or more correctly re-reading a number of books and documents in order to develop a new professional development programme. Continue reading

DIY Teaching CPD: Introduction

How we teach is a complex mix of our values, context and emotions.  It is deeply influenced by our knowledge, understanding and beliefs about pedagogy, our subject and what is of value to learn.  No two teachers are likely to be the same. Continue reading

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