It is questionable whether teachers and leaders are given regular feedback in order to grow professionally. When teachers work with students feedback is given in most lessons throughout the learning … Continue Reading Are you getting in the way of the feedback you really need to grow?
Working in education is a lifelong passion for many teachers. Even when teachers are sick, they dose-up on vitamins, cold and flu medication, just to make it into school because … Continue Reading The guilt trip of not doing enough in our schools
This talk from Alan November got me thinking further to a post that I wrote called: Avoiding “Just Google it!” with your students. One of the points in Alan’s … Continue Reading We need web literacy for teachers not just students
A variety of teacher evaluation models and methods are used in schools around the world and teacher and school leader attitudes towards them differ considerably. From the teacher perspective, perhaps … Continue Reading Self-reflection, perhaps the most important component of teacher evaluation
Essential questions that need answering when determining the professional learning that teachers should receive
Where should schools start when determining how they are going to spend their available funds on professional learning for their teachers and who makes such a decision? This question needs … Continue Reading Essential questions that need answering when determining the professional learning that teachers should receive