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The Maelstrom of Change or Education Cluster F***? You Decide #rEdScot

With apologies to my mum, who reads all my blogs, and anyone else who may be offended by me straying into the more Anglo-Saxon dimension of the English language, here are a few thoughts from the first part of my presentation at ResearchEd, Glasgow.  It seeks to give a wider perspective on the context in which any changes, including becoming more research informed, will need to be rooted. Continue reading

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Eyebrows Prove It or Lose It #ResearchEd

Importing ex-army personnel into schools is in vogue with politicians, at the moment, with talk of improved discipline and building character.  I actually wonder whether it’s more of a navy import we require. Continue reading

The Jerusalem and Babylon of Professional Development #NTENRED

This is turning out to be quite a weekend.  In a forty eight hour period, I will have taken part in my first ever ResearchEd Conference and hosted #SLTchat, also for the very first time as well.  I can’t see very much work being done on Monday. Continue reading

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