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Harry Fletcher-Wood
History teacher, turned education researcher, turned Associate Dean at the Institute for Teaching
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 19h
Replying to @Dr_Secker @olicav
Thanks!
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Dr Kathy Weston Feb 18
Often it’s poor because staff aren’t initially consulted about what they need in terms of CPD and a room full of teachers who don’t see the point can be just as challenging as a room full of students who don’t see the point!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Ego depletion may not be a reliable phenomenon:
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
The only external field I know anything about is medical education, which seems to have huge strengths alongside glaring weaknesses. I think the best CPD is self-chosen if you're keen to develop, but not everyone a) prioritises it or b) knows how to improve.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Anyone who designs/commissions professional development needs an answer to these points from - although I disagree with her conclusion (that we should prioritise other things instead)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
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Josh Goodrich Feb 15
Replying to @michaelslav
We are looking for a HOD Geography, KS5 English Lead, Maths Teacher and a Science Teacher. Work in Waterloo in the shadow of the London Eye, with a fantastic, driven group of staff. Message me for more info.
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Belinda Randall Feb 17
To see in the new half term... a recommendation from ... a great read so far! 📚
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Replying to @HFletcherWood
5) And we should reinforce local networks through which people gain knowledge, rather than trying to create new ones. This is such an important point.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Replying to @HFletcherWood
4) We should offer teachers knowledge with a rapid payoff.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Replying to @HFletcherWood
3) Current professional development (in 1985 at least) offers a van, when teachers need scooters... (I will be using this expression).
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Replying to @HFletcherWood
2) Teachers’ search for knowledge tends to be local, gradual, trial and error, early and late in their career.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
1) Oldie but goldie from Michael Huberman: what knowledge do teachers need and how do they get it ($)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 18
Replying to @hgaldinoshea
Oooh, no. Looks very exciting, thank you!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 17
Replying to @CVOotje
Enjoy (and let me know what you make of it please).
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 17
Last day to respond: How can we make desired behaviours timely for students? A challenge
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 17
Replying to @klundstromatvrg
Hi Kristy, Thanks for this, I've messaged you.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 17
Replying to @StuartLock @advschools
Can't wait to finally visit!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 16
Students are enthusiastic in lessons, but won’t study independently. How can we help them with behavioural psychology?
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Feb 15
Yes. It explains so much about teaching.
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