#3 4th January 2020
Full Name : Dan Rodriguez-Clark Twitter @name: @InteractMaths
Blog Post Title: My Assumptions about Learning
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): I take a look at the assumptions I have about learning to aid in Better Conversations.
Full Name : Lee McCulloch-James Twitter @name: @lnmcjames
Blog Post Title: The Deep fakery of Dark Matter’s Inertial Energy
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): Review of Energy with a Dark Matter-Energy twist
Full Name : Yamina Bibi Twitter @name: @msybibi
Blog Post Title: Leading Training for Early Careers Teachers and helping them thrive
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): In this blog, I outline some of the whole school strategies we have implemented and embedded at my school, Forest Gate Community School, in order to help Early Careers Teachers flourish.
Full Name : Adele Bates Twitter @name: AdeleBatesZ
Blog Post Title: Staff Morale & Behaviour
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): Seemingly constant ‘Bad Behaviour’ without resolutions can make for a very despairing atmosphere in schools. As leaders, it is our position to support the staff within the moment, as well as find longer-term solutions.
Full Name : Claire Stoneman Twitter @name: @stoneman_claire
Blog Post Title: Curriculum: A Warning, Part 1
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): Everyone’s talking about curriculum. This blog post is practical advice for school leaders, including things to beware of. The post is the first in a series of four; there are links at the bottom of the post to the other three.
Full Name : Tricia Taylor Twitter @name: @tailoredpractice
Blog Post Title: Three Key Areas for Leaders to Connect—and 9 practical Ideas
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): After two decades working in and with schools, three important themes have surfaced – relationships, memory and mindset. Each area has its merit, but together there is a collective power. I can’t seem to talk about one without relating it to the importance of the other. Here are some practical strategies for leaders to use to connect the dots in their schools.
Full Name : Victoria Morris Twitter @name: MrsSTeaches
Blog Post Title: Curriculum planning:KS1 Geography
Short blog description: What it’s about. (100 words max): Guidance on planning the primary humanities curriculum, focusing on choice of content and sequencing to build on prior learning.
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