Join James this morning as he askes the question: "What are the life lessons that you learnt from School?". James also shares his personal experiences of School, including being partly excluded because of his sexuality.
Tom is joined by special guest Nancy Gedge to discuss all things TA management in primary and secondary schools - how can teachers get the best out of TAs in any setting?
This Education Endowment Report is referenced and discussed https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/education-evidence/guidance-reports/teaching-assistants
Tabitha talks UK/US classrooms, why 'An Inspector Calls' is the biggest barrier to diversifying the English Literature curriculum, police in schools, the frantic pace of British education and what it's like to move from the US Midwest to a country so visibly layered in history, with mismatched buddy comedy duo, flat-sharing teachers Jasmine Lane and Daniel Bundred
In the spirit of half-term, Kalil decided to have a Sunday Funday Lunch Show this week! Listen back to hear a very entertaining and funny show full of riddles, quizzes and games. With lots of audience participation in the chat, the competition was rife, but who came out on top!?
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Listen to Jane talking to her guests Barry Smith, Samuel Elliot and Richard Farrow about research in education, primary secondary differences, things they would change in education and charisma in teaching.
Darren Leslie joins Dorian in the studio to share his journey with education podcasting and gives us all a peak behind the curtain into the world of podcasting. We then move on to unpack Allison & Tharby's framework of effective teaching from their book "Making Every Lesson Count' and Darren concisely articulates why challenge, explanation, modelling, questioning and feedback are the fundamental building blocks of staff development and hallmarks of quality teaching.
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This week I had Gareth Metcalfe on talking about his amazing resource I See Maths. Gareth is passionate about putting reasoning and problem solving at the heart of the Maths curriculum and has created resources that allow all children to access problem solving. #problemsolving #Maths #understanding
Join Tom for a one-off Drive Home special as he stands in as TTR cover supervisor for Seb Ventura. Tom's talking target grades with Dawn Cox and Marcus Shepherd. Are they motivational for students? Do students understand how to get better at a subject if they use them? Do they distract from the bigger picture? Should they be shared from the start of Year 7?
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Tom is joined by special guest Pete Wharmby to discuss all things autism in education.
In this show, Tom chats to Pete about his own experiences of being autistic, how teachers can make "reasonable adjustments" for autistic students and some of the key strategies that schools and teachers can implement today to make a difference. Tom asks Pete about the Autism in Education Competency framework and they discuss each of the GAP principles. #ttradio
Nathan talks with Sarah Dove @PhoenixEdSarah author of Behaving Together in the Classroom: A Teacher’s Guide to Nurturing Behaviour and President of @PRUsAPuk about what ECTs, PGCEs and other early career teachers and trainees should know about Pupil Referral Units and Alternative Provision. They discuss misunderstandings about behaviour and exclusions as well as PRUs and AP.