Don’t trust your gut: a little bit more on the problem with grading lessons

This evening, there will be debate on the role lesson observation in England’s schools with such educational luminaries as Professor Robert Coe, David Weston (the man behind the Teacher Development Trust), Lead Ofsted inspector Mary Myatt, Sam Freedman (Director of Teach First and ex-special advisor to Gove),, Dame Alison Peacock (Headteacher of The Wroxham School) and, er… me. Quite what qualifies me to participate beyond having a big gob and a stubborn streak a mile wide I’m not sure. However, I’m pretty damn excited to have been asked and, despite suffering with an appallingly debilitating cold, am sure it will be an excellent event. You can, I’m assured, watch it live on the net even if you can’t be there in person.

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