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  • Action Research in English

    25th January 2014
    English CA Reflections from Teaching and Learning Action Research January 24th 2014
     
    FLIP LEARNING 
     
    Strategy: To inform the understanding of The Curious Incident, students researched Aspergers Syndrome. The lesson presented activities where they engaged in role; took part in problem solving and discussion to challenge their views on labelling.
     
     

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  • Middle, Senior Leadership and preparing for the role of SLE

    4th November 2013

    What do you see as your main priorities as a middle leader?

    The first point to make is that a leader makes no difference without a supportive team. The team is far important to me than who leads it, as the team is the most powerful force to influence change in a school environment.

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  • Developing practice (2): The i2i Outstanding Teacher Programme

    14th January 2014

    After a long day's teaching back in September I rushed along the corridor of, worried I was going to be late for my first OTP session. Originally I had felt privileged to have been selected to join the programme, and had been optimistic about the idea of external training specifically designed to develop my teaching. Now, as I weaved through the excited groups of students, all heading home, I thought slightly sceptically about the programme:  Would I be too busy for this? Would it help? Could my time be better spent planning lessons and marking work? Would the session finish early? What resources or gimmicks were they going to provide us with to magically turn us into outstanding practitioners? I tried to push these thoughts from my head as I bounded up the stairs to the school conference room, taking them two at a time, and arrived (punctually) to the i2i Outstanding Teacher Programme. 

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  • Developing practice: The i2i Outstanding Teacher Programme

    8th January 2014

    Since completing my NQT year at Weydon School, I have been given a number of opportunities to develop my teaching practice.  In addition to recently gaining a middle management role, I had the fantastic opportunity to undertake the i2i Outstanding Teacher Programme (OTP).  As a teacher at the beginning of my career, I found this programme immensely helpful as it has provided me with methods to develop my own skills and those of others through the power of coaching.  

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  • Why changing career now shouldn't stop you teaching maths

    15th November 2015

    Changing career is a big decision at the best of times. The possibility of moving from a position of relative financial security to one of uncertainty, from a position of success to that of being at the bottom of a steep learning curve and of having found the balance between career and family to one of new imbalance all needs careful consideration. 

    Colin Addison is 2 1/2 months into our school-led teacher training programme and describes his decsion-making process and the reasons why he is still convinced he made the right decsion to change career and become a maths teacher with Teach@Weydon. 

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