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  • Iesha Small's top blogs of the week 15 January 2018

    Blog reviewer of the week, Iesha Small, shares her top picks from the blogosphere this week.   My shero @womened “From our first conversation it was like I had met…

    5.00 Jan. 21st, 2018 | Reviews

  • Blogs of the year 2017

    …which students are streamed “depending on how photogenic they are”.   Iesha Small’s top blogs   I realized Ben Newmark was a blogger I found interesting when I read one…

    5.00 Dec. 17th, 2017 | Reviews

  • Iesha Small's top blogs of the week 20 November 2017

    Reviewer Iesha Small shares her top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week   How Facebook figures out everyone you’ve ever met Kadmir Hill, Gizmodo.com “Behind the Facebook profile you’ve built…

    5.00 Nov. 26th, 2017 | Reviews

  • Iesha Small's top blogs of the week 16 October 2017

    Reviewer Iesha Small shares her top edu-blogs from the week   World mental health day October 2017 By @AKnill “I know about mental health issues, I left the job that…

    5.00 Oct. 22nd, 2017 | Reviews

  • Iesha Small's top blogs of the week 18 September 2017

    Blog reviewer Iesha Small shares her top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week   Humiliating children: just because it’s your tribe doing it, doesn’t make it ok @Disidealist This is…

    5.00 Sep. 24th, 2017 | Reviews

  • The best emerging education bloggers of 2017

    …their suggestions…   Iesha Small’s top new blogger The blog: All Ears By @PositivTeacha “There has been violence in my life.” Mr Pink (possibly a nod to the hyper violent…

    5.00 Jul. 16th, 2017 | Reviews

  • Iesha Small's top blogs of the week 19 June 2017

    Guest reviewer Iesha Small shares her top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week   Look up! The outdoors and mental health By @anitakntweets “This could easily be a blog about…

    5.00 Jun. 25th, 2017 | Reviews

  • Best books of 2016 for teachers and school leaders

    …sets out with the intention of doing a crappy job, but sometimes we just do. “Dripping with humanity and common sense” – as put so beautifully by our reviewer Iesha

    5.00 Dec. 17th, 2016 | Opinion

  • Why introverts make good school leaders

    Introverted teachers have five key skills that will help them flourish as school leaders, an assistant headteacher told delegates. Iesha Small (pictured), of Kings Langley school in Hertfordshire, delivered one…

    5.00 Jul. 3rd, 2016 | News

  • High Challenge, Low Threat: finding the balance

    …allowing a more in-depth exploration and making it easier to navigate. That is, however, a small gripe. High Challenge, Low Threat is a welcome addition to my leadership book collection,…

    8.00 May. 15th, 2016 | Reviews

  • Book review: Don’t change the light bulbs

    …must do it” she advises Martyn Reah (@martynreah) has a chapter with tips about sharing responsibility in school Iesha Small (@ieshasmall) has a chapter on maths and above passionately answers…

    15.44 Sep. 20th, 2014 | Reviews