Educational Reader’s Digest | Christmas 2017

educational readers digest

Educational Readers Digest

Christmas 2017


Leadership and management

1. Walking the talk, by Mary Myatt

2. How to transform any team of experts into an ‘expert’ team (part 1), by Mirjam Neelen and Paul Kirschner

3. Labouring ethically, by Rob Campbell

4. 5 ways to improve teachers’ lives, by Stephen Tierney

5. Ofsted end of year report: a good, bad or wrong job being done?, by Stephen Tierney

6. Are the Teachers’ Standards fit for purpose?, by Michael Fordham7.

7. Accountability ‘stick’ is taking us to the brink: Time for radical change, by Tom Sherrington

8. Explore England’s changing free school meals rates, by Dave Thompson

9. Christmas in a special measures school, by Katie McGuire

10. This much I know about… being teased by colleagues, by John Tomsett


Teaching, learning and assessment

1. Context lenses, by Nick Wells

2. PEE-nuts – analyse this part 3, by Nick Wells

3. Why I love… Scaffolding the tension and drama – structure question for @Eduqas_English, by Susan Strachan

4. Why I love… The A5 fiction/A4 non-fiction evaluation question, by Susan Strachan

5. Why I love… Blog series 18: Mametz Wood (Sheers), by Susan Strachan

6. Why I love… Blog Series 19: Excerpt from The Prelude (Wordsworth), by Susan Strachan

7. Marks of weakness, marks of woe, by Sarah Barker

8. A year of educational reading, by Jamie Thom

9. Rejected ideas for ‘get into teaching’ Christmas adverts, by James Theobald

10. The importance of words part 1: teaching, by Claire Stoneman

11. Weekly quizzes: substitution, by Naveen Rizvi

12. (not) Action research, by Stephen Lane

13. Bedford Free School: knowledge and discipline, by Jo Facer

14. West London Free School: knowledge rules, by Jo Facer

15. Great Yarmouth Charter Academy: hotspot of hope, by Jo Facer

16. Year 7 students’ flexibility with fractions, by Patrick Barmby

17. Year 7 students’ understanding of shapes, by Patrick Barmby

18. Why you might be getting feedback wrong! (part 1), by Aidan Severs

19. Pupil Premium… (Again!), by Amjad Ali

20. Why bother with mocks? How to make them useful without taking hours of your life away, by Dawn Cox

21. We need to pop differentiation bubble!, by Ross McGill

22. Making spaced practice count, by Shaun Allison

23. What have we learnt after one term of being a research school?, by Shaun Allison

24. Less is more: simple formative assessment strategies in the classroom, by Blake Harvard

25. On increasing ‘positive variance’ in teaching and curriculum, by Doug Lemov

26. Northern education forum, by Lisa Pettifer

27. Changing the world and preventing chaos, by Greg Ashman

28. Give them the choice?, by Greg Ashman

29. God’s helicopter and computer brains, by Greg Ashman

30. Simple activity to prepare homework in the classroom, by Blake Harvard

31. Modern foreign languages pedagogy review, by José Picardo

32. Solving the history textbook conundrum: a five-point manifesto, by Michael Fordham

33. Presenting at symposiums: Dennis Kelly, by Charlotte Bell

34. Learning outcomes – a confession, by Greg Foley

35. Making ‘intervention’ work, by Mark McDowell

36. The means are the end, by Ben Newmark

37. What if you could develop Initial Teacher Training (ITT) in any way you wanted?, by Ben Rogers

38. Why did a small, badly designed experiment make me change my teaching forever?, by Benjamin White

39. Teachers: simply the best, by Mark Enser

40. Northern education forum, by Michael Merrick

41. Teachers who save you, by Debra Kidd

42. Retrieval practice really works, by Paul Moss

43. #FiveWays of giving effective feedback as actions, by Tom Sherrington

44. Knowledge series part 3: in defense of knowledge cont’d, by Katie Marquardt

45. The power of collaborative planning, by Amir Arezoo

46. Top 10 online education articles of 2017, by Alex Quigley]

47. Reflections and hopes: #nurture1718, by Claire Nicholls


Personal development, behaviour and welfare

1. SENCOs: make the end of term festive, not frantic!, by Gareth Morewood

2. Is a picture truly worth a thousand words?, by Gareth Morewood

3.Transition, liminality and my CPD identity, by Charlotte Palmer

4.Exclusions, by Debra Kidd

5.What does the evidence say about banning exclusions?, by Greg Ashman

6. (Not so) splendid isolation, by Mark Enser

7. Intro to working memory and cognitive load, by Dan Williams

8. Children are human beings, not labels, by Andrew Old

9. Why the behaviour argument against mobile devices in schools is flawed, by José Picardo


EYFS and primary

1. Don’t let phonics denialists move the goal posts after PIRLS 2016, by Andrew Old

2. How to find national figures for groups in FFT Aspire, by James Pembroke

3. Mathematical misconceptions and teaching tricks: what the research says, by Aidan Severs

4. Test reliability, and why it matters for primary school performance tables, by Dave Thompson


 

Thanks for reading-

Doug


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