Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Merits of Merit

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What does lesson observation research actually say?

Originally posted on docendo discimus:
Buffy took seven complete series before the First Evil was finally defeated when Spike’s amulet channeled the power of the Sun into the Hellmouth and Sunnydale High School collapsed into a hole that makes the…

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Note To My UK Colleagues: Don’t Make Me Come Over There… « Teach Like a Champion

I’m excited and a little nervous to announce some news to my friends and colleagues in the UK, and perhaps to ask for a bit of help while I’m at it. As of September 1, 2014, I will be a … Continue reading

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To grade or not to grade – that is the question?

Originally posted on maryisherwood:
I write this blog after spending the day in what is a truly inspirational building: Manchester Town Hall.    I may have spent a little bit of time today looking at the amazing ceiling in the…

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Now That’s Primary Blogging Volume Six

Originally posted on prawnseyeblog:
The weekly mix tape of primary and primary-related posts. Please retweet / blog and help to share much of what is current and brilliant in primary education: 1. To Grade or Not to Grade, via @Mishwood1:…

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Excited about efficiency | Oliver Quinlan

This week I’ve been working on a project exploring the potential impact of giving teachers verbatim transcripts of their lessons as a tool for professional development. We kicked off the project today with our first cohort of teachers, and as … Continue reading

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5 Year Wall –

Before I go on, let me say this post isn’t bad news and probably not what you’re assuming from the title  … gosh that sounds almost like “I think you need to sit down”. I should also say: I am not posting this … Continue reading

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