The Myth of the ‘Quality of Teaching’

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If you’re only as good as your last post on a subject then I am completely off my rocker to even try and attempt a second “Myth of…” post. The first one, on “The Myth of Progress Within Lessons” is closing in on 7000 views making it easily my most widely read post (by a 6:1 ratio). More importantly I know that it had a positive effect on a number of individual teachers and even the odd senior leadership team, which is still scary and more than a little daunting: I’m still waiting for some irate Headteacher to grab me by the collar at a teachmeet or conference with the words “I’ll bleedin’ well show you the myth of bleeding’ progress”. If this post can even have a fraction of the impact of “The Myth of Progress Within Lessons” then I’ll be a happy man.

So here goes. The focus…

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