|An article on Twitter by Tes. |
"How to consider opinions, encourage scepticism and avoid groupthink among senior leadership".
|@samtwiselton says "Pleased that people find DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE TEACHERS: PERSPECTIVES AND APPROACHES useful and interesting."||Ditching CPD (or Vivienne’s Vision). “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet.” (Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene II).|
|On twitter, @bethgg says "I only think about things in terms of CPD now."|
Where Does Pedagogy Fit In? Part 1.
|See the Education Endowment Foundation document |
Putting Evidence to Work: A School’s Guide to Implementation – Recommendations Summary.
|The importance of maintaining a positive attitude and culture. There is a lot of doom and gloom around in the education sector at the moment. Real term cuts to funding, rising pension costs, public sector pay freezes.|
|On twitter, @pivotalpodcast tells us about an astonishing conversation with truth uncovered. Listen at your own risk.||For many people, change – at least at first – isn't about growth or capacity building or learning; it's about loss." How School Leaders Can Attend to the Emotional Side of Change.||@ thehopefulht asks "Headteacher friends - have you had any public speaking training? Or is it just a rite of passage?" The Art of Public Speaking: Part 1 – Staff Oracy.|
|@ andy__buck shares a few thoughts on when teachers learn, in the article WHY LEADERS AND CPD SHOULD GO TOGETHER.||See the Education Endowment Foundation guidance report PUTTING EVIDENCE TO WORK:|
A SCHOOL’S GUIDE TO IMPLEMENTATION.
|See the Teaching Schools Council report EFFECTIVE PRIMARY TEACHING PRACTICE 2016.|
|Resourcing the performance agenda in schools and multi-academy trusts. By affinity workforce.||The Ideal School Exhibition. From the Action and Resource Centre.|