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10 key findings for secondary school teachers from TALIS 2018 – Education Datalab blog

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10 key findings for primary school teachers from TALIS 2018 – Education Datalab blog

With findings on pay, working hours, job satisfaction and CPD Continued here: http://bit.ly/31H1gNx

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Demography not geography – Education Datalab blog

Why it’s important to look at pupil characteristics when comparing outcomes in different areas Continued here: http://bit.ly/2Xmmp08

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Governors and curriculum matters

Originally posted on Governing Matters:
On 11th June 2019 governors (Jo Penn, Jane Owen,  Fee Stag and I) attended “Curriculum Thinking: Three Masterclasses which had presentations from Mary Myatt, Tom Sherrington and John Tomsett. I would like to thank Mary,…

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Making a Knowledge Organiser in English Literature: A case study | The Goldfish Bowl

Designing a knowledge organiser is a difficult task and there are multiple decisions that affect their construction. They are complex but the idea behind this post is simple: Here is a Knowledge… Continued here: http://bit.ly/2IimTfj

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Why I think the education system is to blame for our pathetic politicians.

Originally posted on teaching personally:
It seems to be a rare point of national consensus that our politicians are failing us, even if we disagree on how. It might seem very unfair to criticise people who put themselves forward for…

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Teacher recruitment and retention matters

Originally posted on Governing Matters:
On 8th June 2019 I attended #BrewEdEssex This event was organised by Vic Goddard, Jean Louis Dutaut, Dean Boddington and John Bryant. The theme as teacher recruitment and retention. I’m very grateful to the organisers…

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