Blogs for the Week Ending 21st June

These posts appeared on the Echo Chamber blog in the last 7 days:

If you have written an education blog this week which hasn’t been included above, please add a brief description and a link to the comments below. Do not worry whether it fits the general criteria for this site; the usual standards for inclusion don’t apply here. We particularly welcome posts that wouldn’t have been considered suitable for reblogging. As long as it’s an education blogpost from this week; isn’t actually illegal, and doesn’t cause us to fear for our safety, it will be included.

However,  I would ask is that you do your best to explain why people might want to read it; traffic from the comments has been very low and you cannot expect many people to follow a link with no explanation.  I would also ask that if you put your own link here, please take the time to look at other people’s links.

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5 Responses to Blogs for the Week Ending 21st June

  1. John says:

    My blog on hypocrisy? There was some interest but I expected more…. Maybe too long but the argument is detailed. I’m frustrated at why some see appraisal as threat and want to support teacher development http://www.jpearceconsultancy.blogspot.co.uk/?m=1

  2. Phil Stock says:

    My blog on the effect on other pupils of placing too much time and resource on Year 11. It should resonate with others at this time of year and in light of Sir Michael Wilshaw’s recent findings on the lack of progress amongst the most able.
    Why Wilshaw is probably right. http://tinyurl.com/lllbpp4

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