FOBISIA CPD leaders' conference
- When looking through applications, a long list of CPD courses attended is never something that leaps out at him.
- CPD should focus on building teachers' strengths - to often it is used to try to address their weaknesses.
- The best sort of CPD centres around people and connections, not keynote speakers.
- Recruiting staff is like following a recipe - you look for the right ingredients, and sometimes can't find them. Nonetheless, the 'wrong' ingredients can sometimes interact in quite surprising and positive ways.
‘Just walk around the room and introduce yourself,’ he said. ‘But don’t use words.’ < Ugh... insufferable. https://t.co/C8POxMeYQs">https://t.co/C8POxMeYQs— Carl Hendrick (@C_Hendrick) https://twitter.com/C_Hendrick/status/939441890675617792?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">December 9, 2017
- SOLO taxonomy
- Lesson grading
- Learning styles
- Bloom's taxonomy
- Why I changed my mind about the SOLO taxonomy by David Didau
- The delusional voodoo of lesson grading has got to stop by Tom Sherrington
- Never Forget: Learning Styles are Complete... by Andrew Old
- Bloom's Taxonomy by Greg Ashman
https://twitter.com/DrChips_?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@DrChips_; Example of really big mistake: calling formative assessment formative assessment rather than something like "responsive teaching"— Dylan Wiliam (@dylanwiliam) https://twitter.com/dylanwiliam/status/393045049337847808?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">October 23, 2013