Monthly Archives: May 2016

Coming soon! Reclaiming Lesson Observation edited by Dr Matt O’Leary

I am very pleased to be involved in this forthcoming publication on reclaiming lesson observation. My chapter looks at the role of coaching approaches in lesson observations in the FE sector. This publication should be a really interesting read due … Continue reading

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Effective Feedback and Feed Forward

Several good reads on how to give effective feedback: http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/apr16/vol73/num07/The-Secret-of-Effective-Feedback.aspx The Secret of Effective Feedback by Dylan William Education Endowment Foundation summary on marking Education Endowment Foundation Report A Marked Improvement 2016 2. Some blogs on practical classroom approaches for … Continue reading

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What makes great teaching? – COBIS Annual Conference 2016

12th May 2016 Professor Rob Coe delivered a workshop to school leaders in May at the 35th Annual Conference of the Council for British International Schools. It has long been argued that ‘teacher quality’ is the single most important school … Continue reading

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