Thursday, 14 December 2017


Another year and another opportunity to reflect on what we have learned working with some great schools, great colleagues and wonderful young people. Thanks to those experiences, and the Sutton Trust, the EEF toolkit, the EPPI studies, John Hattie, Michael Fullan and Andy Hargreaves, we know, and have the evidence for, what works, and also importantly we know what doesn’t!
We must remember that teaching and learning is a team game and to develop world class learning critically depends on sharing, networking and collaboration. We must stop chasing accountability and focus instead on impact and outcomes. We must remember that all colleagues, and not just teachers, are part of the team. We must stop trying to do everything and systematically focus on the things that matter. We must learn that courses and events are wonderful opportunities to share and celebrate, but do not improve practice. So what does?

No comments:

Post a Comment

More than anything else, feedback helps us improve and develop.
So, please let me know what you think?