Collection of recent ideas for better teaching and better teacher development.

I’m going to write something soon about the process of teacher observation and feedback  and the way I see that moving forward.   Meanwhile, I’ve been writing a lot about the things I see from the perspective of an observer  – for teacher and for leaders.  Here’s a collection in case you missed any:

Blogs with ideas for improving teaching.

Deeper Learning for All: Five things to do more of.

Solve Learning Problems at the Source: Start back with what they know and build. 

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7 Deadly Difficulties in Teaching.

Small change; big impact. Six suggestions.

The #1 problem/weakness in teaching and how to address it.

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Rosenshine’s Principles: 10 FAQs.

Revisiting Dylan Wiliam’s Five Brilliant Formative Assessment Strategies.

 

Blogs about CPD and teacher development

Teachers can only improve themselves. But how?

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Re-thinking Observation and Feedback: Solving the learning problems.

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How self-aware are you? (Be the fly on your classroom wall…)

Tight-Loose and the Folly of Prescriptive Lesson Structures.

Are Rosenshine’s Principles “just common sense”? #rED19

#CPD: Meeting half-way. Changing minds, shifting the inertia, overcoming the resistance.

Building Great Teachers: Theory of Action

 

 

 

 

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