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Karen Jones
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Karen Jones 22h
How good would it be to place a classroom observation in the context of that teacher’s entire day? Would give insight into the institution’s systems and processes too. Maybe observer needs to see teacher’s ‘to do’ list in the discussions about planning.
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Karen Jones Apr 17
Who knew? Love a good practical suggestion that I can use immediately. Thank you!
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Andy Sammons Apr 16
My book is addressing precisely the problems raised in this article- we are at breaking point Four out of 10 teachers plan to quit, survey suggests
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Karen Jones Apr 13
That feeling when you are really learning.......
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Jane Scott Apr 6
"EAL is not a marker of ‘vulnerability’. It is a sign of a rich linguistic heritage that schools and pupils should capitalise on to the benefit of all."
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Karen Jones Apr 1
Replying to @Ilkleygrammar
How exciting!
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Karen Jones Mar 30
Replying to @gemma_claughton
I know - it is, for me, one of those ‘lightbulb moment’ articles. 💡💡💡💡💡💡💡💡
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Karen Jones Mar 30
Excellent article - exposes the ‘slipperiness’ of the concept of ‘cultural capital’
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Karen Jones Mar 29
Really honoured to have been invited. Looking forward to it!
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Karen Jones Mar 28
Replying to @MrsSpiky
Same place that teaches them that a comma is where you draw breath.... aaaagh!
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Zara Shah Mar 28
Cannot wait to hear share her absolute gems- ‘Practical ideas for every classroom’ at on the 22nd of June. Get your ticket here!
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Karen Jones Mar 27
Yes - give this a try. An excellent book.
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Karen Jones Mar 27
Today’s office. Looking forward to working with NPQSL March cohort in Scarborough today. Sea view!
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Karen Jones Mar 24
Here it is! A well-powerful personal testimony that also offers practical coping mechanisms. If you are at all interested in teacher well-being, then this is the book for you.
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Karen Jones Mar 24
I’ve had the privilege to read this book ahead of its release. It’s available now and comes highly recommended.
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Karen Jones Mar 23
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NCTSA Mar 19
Getting creative with a focus on staff wellbeing and our responsibility as leaders to nurture this
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Karen Jones Mar 19
Replying to @NCnctsa
EEF Implementation Guide well and truly bossed!
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Bradford Teaching Mar 16
Want to teach in Bradford? Come along to one the teacher training recruitment events, experience days and/or open days and find out the best routes into teaching for you.
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Karen Jones Mar 15
Replying to @asclpresident
Have a great conference!
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