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Alex Quigley
English teacher and Director of Huntington Research School, York. Proud author of 'The Confident Teacher'
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Huntington Research 23h
*NEW POST* 'Becoming a (Metacognitive) Teacher - Part 2' from Dr Susan Smith, TA at Huntington School:
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👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
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Alex Quigley 20h
Take a look at ResearchEd York, on the 8th of July, including the excellent
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EEF May 26
"What happens next? Generating evidence a start, helping teachers use it is real challenge," writes Emily Yeomans
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Huntington Research 23h
*NEW POSTS* 'Becoming a (Metacognitive) Teacher - PART 1' & PART 2: from Dr Susan Smith
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Alex Quigley May 26
Whatever you think about open/closed book exams, no English teacher misses the morning rush from students for forgotten GCSE Lit texts!
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Alex Quigley May 25
Replying to @johntomsett @Xris32
I'm teaching that tomorrow! I reckon 'London'; most accessible pre-19C - sets the tone and allows choice of modern.
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Alex Quigley May 25
This looks like a great model.
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Mobilise May 20
Mobilise Choice - a new phase for 17/18 Find out more: Mobilise the Evidence || Impact on Outcomes
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Alex Quigley May 25
Replying to @eviecryer85
Yes, in truth you have to articulate that trade off honestly.
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Evie Cryer May 25
Replying to @HuntingEnglish
Show it works in their context. Use the evidence on a small scale then use 'look at my kid's progress' to encourage teachers to try it.
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Alex Quigley May 25
Hey, I'm still in recovery!!
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Alex Quigley May 25
There is so much in there. I'm going to dig through the tweets after I've consumed a vat of coffee!
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Alex Quigley May 25
This storify of UKEdResChat tonight is absolutely full of gems & great links: via
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Rebecca Foster May 25
Completely informed by involvement with course at Huntington. Excited for CPD next year!
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Alex Quigley May 25
Replying to @darynsimon
Cheers - I basically watched and RT'd - it was way too fast!
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Alex Quigley May 25
Ha, may have got there first with the 'disciplined inquiry' label, but I devised the working sequence for it we shared.
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Phil Stock May 25
I will probably blog about them when they're fully tweaked. I'll share then. Here's another one. Useful?
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Phil Stock May 25
here's a finished teaching one too. What do you think?
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Mark Enser May 25
One of the best Twitter EdChats out there. Thanks
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