Monthly Archives: April 2014

An evidence based teaching profession shouldn’t deal in absolutes

Originally posted on Evidence into Practice:
Really interesting blog article by James Richardson on the EEF website – where he makes a number of excellent points about evidence in education. An evidence based teaching profession shouldn’t deal in absolutes. Rarely…

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An evidence based teaching profession shouldn’t deal in absolutes

Originally posted on Evidence into Practice:
Really interesting blog article by James Richardson on the EEF website – where he makes a number of excellent points about evidence in education. An evidence based teaching profession shouldn’t deal in absolutes. Rarely…

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TDRE Boss Blog: NEW PROJECT: Catholic REsource

Sometimes you look at what’s out there and you are not satisfied. You say to yourself, I wish there was something for this, or a place for that…  Having taught Catholic RE for 8 years now, I look at the … Continue reading

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Why Education Reform is Probably Not The Best Way to Fight Poverty | Paul Bruno

Doug Lemov is skeptical that I’m right about education being a (relatively) ineffective way of fighting poverty. His response is thoughtful and deserves a response of its own. via Why Education Reform is Probably Not The Best Way to Fight … Continue reading

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The Standards Curriculum | frogphilp.com

I am making the argument that there are 4 curricula that drive the broad curriculum in schools. This is the first: standards. The National Curriculum for September 2014 has provoked a lot of debate since its inception by the current … Continue reading

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The 9th Echo Chamber Blogpost of the Week

There is no Chalk Talk Podcast this week, hence my general slackness in getting round to choosing the blogpost of the week. The chosen blogpost is: For those among you considering senior leadership Some other favourites from the week: What to … Continue reading

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Observing the possibility of learning

I am somewhat troubled, by many things, but this particular trouble is to do with learning.Can we see learning? Can we detect learning has happened? Can we identify any link with the teaching activities that happen in classrooms that lead … Continue reading

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