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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 9h
Replying to @MissJones_14
Looking for article-length stuff ideally!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 9h
Replying to @adamboxer1
Help me out here: the fashion designer, the chiropractor, or the New Testament scholar?
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 9h
The one paper/study/blogpost which everyone should (have) read about inclusion and SEN is... [Thanks in advance].
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Harry Fletcher-Wood 12h
Replying to @SocialHistoryOx
This is nice, if you're around there:
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 22
Replying to @DavidMRuddle
Thanks!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 22
Replying to @ieshasmall @Samfr
Dylan Wiliam covers this well in his 2016 book IIRC. It can help (did in Texas) but only if you have more, better teachers available. In California it made things worse (not enough great teachers for new roles & it created new roles in more privileged schools, so teachers moved)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 18
Replying to @Thecpdparadox
Not least because you get a mention!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 18
Replying to @MarkQuinn1968
Thank you!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 18
Replying to @ollie_lovell
Yes!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 18
Replying to @MrRooBKK
That doesn't surprise me!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 16
Responsive Teaching has reached the presses...
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IfT May 16
To coincide with our Fellowship in Teacher Education launch next month, we'll be sharing the work & the pilot Fellows cohort have been putting together! "The Learning Curriculum" shares ideas on how best to teach teachers the science of learning..
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 15
Robert Slavin pulls no punches on Hattie, and effect sizes above 1.0
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 15
Test your problem-solving: recommended if you're interested in cognitive biases
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 14
Replying to @ClaudeniaW
Sharing the most useful resources (hinge questions, good metaphors); ongoing coaching; treating improvement like habit change (small steps, thinking about triggers for actions). & yes, any time we can stop doing anything that isn't our top priority. What would you suggest?
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 14
Replying to @ClaudeniaW
I sometimes think there are no surprises left to find at all, just the exhausting work of trying to do what we all know we should be doing, day-in, day out.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 14
Replying to @HFletcherWood
2) The paper gives lots of examples of barriers preventing people taking up available support, notably this, on applications for food stamps...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 14
Replying to @HFletcherWood
The paper argues that poor choices by poor people are caused by exactly the same biases and faulty thinking everyone displays, without the safety net richer people enjoy
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 14
Replying to @HFletcherWood
Which reminds me of an older paper I've been meaning to tweet about for a while which reviewed the literature on poverty and decision making...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood May 14
Powerful post from on the impact of poverty on behaviour and decision-making:
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