The problem with writing a book, is that as soon as you have finished, you think of other things to include. This is the case with ‘Perfect Teacher Led CPD’ and hence the reason for this post.
Last week we appointed Andy Tharby to a new role in the school – ‘Research & Development Leader’. This is an exciting role for us as we look to become ‘research aware’ and then ‘research engaged’. I won’t write too much about this role, as I’m sure Andy will over time on his blog, but his first task has been to implement a new CPD initiative that the two of us came up with – the EduBook Club.
If you’ve read the book, you’ll know that chapter 4 looks at the idea of ‘Learning Development Groups’. Based on Dylan Wiliam’s ‘Teacher Learning Communities’, LDGs put groups of staff together at regular times…
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