Trust, accountability and why we need them both – David Didau: The Learning Spy

I’ve been thinking a lot about trust in recent months – particularly because it seems a commodity in such short supply. If, my optimistic thinking went, teachers were trusted to do a good job, then they probably would. But, of course, there’s always that nagging concern that some wouldn’t. This got me thinking about why people – and specifically teachers – are trustworthy or not. Is it down to an inherent goodness? Are some people just naturally more dedicated and professional, or could it be that we’re good because of the consequences of not being good?

Trust, accountability and why we need them both – David Didau: The Learning Spy.

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