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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 13h
Using academic vocabulary to help students write (& think) in a nuanced way: another great post from
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 16h
Replying to @HelpfulScience
Love these - best ideas I've seen yet on designing CPD that takes account of this challenge - thank you for sharing them.
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Carole Kenrick 19h
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Planning CPD around retention? 1. I invite & encourage more than one teacher (& TAs) from each school to attend, then they disseminate.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 19h
Replying to @Lisa7Pettifer
Happy to send you more bits of draft stuff if that would be useful!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 19h
Revisiting this superb blog from on better assessment in English in light of 's book
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 20h
Replying to @Lisa7Pettifer
June 2018...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 21h
Replying to @HelpfulScience
Really interesting, thanks. I've been thinking about planning CPD in light of retention quite a lot: is there a way to plan around it...?
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Nancy Sep 22
Replying to @nancygedge
Fantasy life they imagine for teachers: what teachers would do if all the kids were off. (Clue: it's not catching up on marking or displays)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
Replying to @chemDrK
:)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
Replying to @davidwees
Thank you very much for this.
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David Wees Sep 21
The current dominant approach leaves 80% of the population with not only unclear ideas about math but also practically phobic toward it.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
one for you I think.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
Exceptional piece by on why boys are struggling in schools across the Middle East
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
If you want to help teachers improve, the is recruiting.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
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2) I struggle with much of her approach, particularly where it treats third-graders as maths experts
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
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6) And I don't know if we can develop every teacher's subject knowledge, or provide time, to do this as thoughtfully as Ball did.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
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5) (My take on being clear about our underlying differences as teachers & the tensions between them is here)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
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4) What I like is that she is honest about the pros and cons of each approach, and reconcile them.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
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3) But it is a beautiful account, an admirable enquiry, and elegantly-written.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Sep 21
Replying to @HFletcherWood
2) I struggle with much of her approach, particularly where it treats third-graders as maths experts
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