A guest blog by Lucy Crehan (@lucy_crehan) I’ve spent the last two years learning about the best education systems in the world – from the inside. It was a particular moment in
For those who have as yet resisted the temptation to buy a copy of my new book, I’ve put together a selection of (hopefully) tempting extracts. Have a great summer y’all. 1. Cognitive
“My library was dukedom large enough” The Tempest, Shakespeare “The act of poetry is a rebel act.” Farewell to English, Michael Harnett Some people are never happy. After writing my last post on how
Several people have very kindly written about why they like my new book, What if everything you know about education is wrong? but refreshingly, Jane Manzone (@HeyMissSmith) has reached entirely different conclusions.
This is the 20th and final post in my series on the Top 20 Principles From Psychology for Teaching and Learning and the third of three posts examining how to assess students’ progress: “Making sense
In addition to the pre-publication reviews from some of the most eminent thinkers in education and psychology such as professors Dylan Wiliam, Robert Bjork, Daniel Willingham and Robert Coe, some ‘real’ readers
Since writing a post 18 months ago recommending people to follow on Twitter, I’ve since met lots of other wonderful folk to whom I’d also like to draw your attention. To avoid petty
June was a much quieter month on the blog than May. But despite the page views plummeting I still managed to churn out a fair few posts, summarised for your convenience below: