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Improving Quality of Teaching

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Creating a Teaching Wisdom Culture: Signposts and Destinations #rEdScot

Whilst leaders don’t create a school’s culture all on their own they must play the major role in determining the destination, the type of school culture they believe is right, and keep moving colleagues in that direction.  ResearchEd Scotland was a great opportunity to reflect on the schools’ journeys so far, on how much further we still needed to go and how best to travel forward together. Continue reading

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Four Aces for Improving the Quality of Teaching #rEdScot

Having been kindly invited to speak at ResearchEd in Glasgow I’m possibly in danger of being drummed out of the conference by suggesting being research informed is simply not enough.  The post is a summary of the main points from the middle section of my presentation in which I stressed the need of going beyond being informed to a deeper wisdom. Continue reading

Assessment: Teaching’s Hidden Gem

In many ways I’m thinking out loud about some of the changes that we are beginning to see in our nearly post-level World.  There is life after levels and it might be quite interesting. Continue reading

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