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These are the slides from a talk given by TDT Chief Executive, David Weston, at the Education Innovation Conference in Manchester on Saturday 9th March, 2013. The session was around Initial and Ongoing training especially related to innovation, technology and … Continue reading
This blog was written by Charlie Washawski, a freelance leadership coach and trainer. It is one of the articles in our National Teacher Enquiry Network February half term newsletter (sign up here). Our schools are learning environments for all – not just for … Continue reading
These are the slides from a presentation on the MirandaNet stand at BETT 2013 give by our Chief Executive. Please get in contact with us if your school or organisation would like any support in this area.
These are the slides from a presentation at BETT 2013 given by our Chief Executive at one of the LearnLive sessions. Please get in touch with us if your school or organisation would like support in this area.
Owing to the data focus from David’s talks and blogs today we thought it would be helpful to republish one of his old blogs about using targets, predictions and estimates correctly. These days, schools are awash with targets, estimates, and … Continue reading
Our Chief Exec ran a session at today’s Optimus Data Conference on how to win staff over and create a whole-school positive culture of data use. You can see the slides below. Please get in touch with us if your … Continue reading
Our Chief Exec gave a keynote speech today at Optimus Education’s Data Conference 2013 on how to construct CPD that makes a long-term difference the confidence of teachers when using data to improve pupil outcomes. The conference slides used are … Continue reading
This article first appeared in the BETT 2013 Learning Leaders magazine. It is one of the articles in our National Teacher Enquiry Network December end of term newsletter (sign up here). When classroom teachers feel that they ‘own’ the assessment data about their … Continue reading
This article originally appeared in the Teacher Development Trust’s regular CPD column in SecEd on the 27th of November 2012. It is one of the articles in our National Teacher Enquiry Network December end of term newsletter (sign up here). NQTs must ‘learn … Continue reading
Making a difference: a practical approach to evaluating the impact of professional development This blog was written by Vivienne Porritt, Assistant Director for School Partnerships at the Institute of Education (IOE). It is one of the articles in our National Teacher Enquiry Network … Continue reading← Older posts