Monthly Archives: March 2015

How to conduct a job interview

The internet if awash with advice on how to approach a job interview from the point of view of an interviewee. If you’re a teacher, looking for specfic advice on interviews in the schools sector you could do worse than … Continue reading

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No you don’t need group work in every lesson.

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Power or Influence?

Driving to work this morning listening to Radio 4 ( #middleaged) I caught the end of a debate about the difference between power and influence. They were talking about politics but it got me thinking about how important these are in … Continue reading

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… And Relax!

Originally posted on Suzie Speaks:
Wow. With three instrumental workshops, a tech rehearsal, a full evening music concert with 75 kids, two full ensemble rehearsals, two coursework folders, five awards assemblies and a set of reports on top of my…

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What do you think about? ……

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A shared moral compass

When is helping a student not in his best interests, or fair to other students? It is a tricky question, and one of many we considered with a small group of teachers, school leaders and academics in a symposium on Teacher Ethics … Continue reading

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We don’t need no education?

The NFER blog By Ben Durbin, Head of Impact Last night, David Cameron and Ed Miliband faced questions from Jeremy Paxman and members of the public in the first set piece event of the election campaign.  So, in the week that … Continue reading

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