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Mark Liddell
Learning leader | productive failure | maths | learning environments | M.Ed Leadership student
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Mark Liddell 5h
Simon Birmingham says parents need to start doing more to stem the country's declining performance
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Mark Liddell 17h
How school leaders tackle the challenge of employee engagement comes down to a choice as to type of school leaders they want to be
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Mark Liddell Feb 22
Say hello to the Shadow a Student Challenge
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Mark Liddell Feb 22
We support the view that all schools should be engaging with and learning from research through informal and formal partnerships
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Mark Liddell Feb 21
Replying to @pwdrysdale @NewsAtNESA
You called it
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Mark Liddell Feb 20
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Mark Liddell Feb 20
Most of the gains we observed were driven by the initiative’s Multi-classroom Leader model, which showed teachers paired with an excellent teacher-turned-coach significantly improved their classroom performance
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Mark Liddell Feb 20
Today we reflected on our hopes for 2018. We spoke about teaching, learning, collaboration, sharing and encouragement. I’m excited to see what will happen
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Mark Liddell Feb 18
Investigating the zero index with Year 8 today
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Mark Liddell Feb 18
That is very helpful. Thanks
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Mark Liddell Feb 17
Replying to @stringer_andrea
No I haven’t read that yet
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Mark Liddell Feb 17
What makes a leader? What role can coaching play in helping leaders to identify blind spots? What role does context play in this research?
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Mark Liddell Feb 16
Whether your school already uses this collaborative method as part of continuing professional development, or if it’s new to you, this guide offers straightforward, accessible ways to develop coaching at your school
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Mark Liddell Feb 15
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Mark Liddell Feb 14
•• What went well? Even better if ... •• Used this routine today to reflect on the first three weeks of Year 8 Maths
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Mark Liddell Feb 14
"It's uncomfortable when you can't help someone not be uncomfortable"
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Mark Liddell Feb 14
What types of student communities are in your classroom? How should students be treated differently based on their backgroud?
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Mark Liddell Feb 12
If we are serious about preventing bullying, improving school climate, welcoming students, and giving students social-emotional skills, then we need a data infrastructure and a process that allows schools to use the information to improve via
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
Can you estimate the height of a building using your iPhone and some trig?
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
Children with healthy self-esteem and self-confidence learn more, achieve more and are generally happier than those with low confidence levels. Building children’s and young people’s confidence is complex
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