Reviews

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...
They had me from the intro, which basically goes like this: “We know you’re suffering. We understand that the majority of your CPD over your teaching life (15...
Reviewer Andrew Old shares his top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week   The problems with grade forecasting @AnthonyRadice1 This post makes an interesting argument against forecasting grades....
Reviewer Jill Berry shares her top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week   Reflections upon our relationship with food @DaringOptimist There is a good deal of activity on...
Relationships matter. People matter. As educators, we are not dealing with faceless statistics, we are dealing with brilliant, funny, smart, infuriating, imperfect human beings. Hundreds of them, every...
Reviewer Harry Fletcher-Wood shares his top picks from the education blogosphere   Spinning plates @AndyLewis_RE Andy Lewis likens teachers to plate-spinners: his challenge this year is to be...
To reduce the message of this book to its simplest form: PISA tests are carefully designed to be as reliable as possible within real-world constraints but journalists and...
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...
I head up a small, multi academy trust focusing on village schools in the Northamptonshire countryside and formed in 2014. For the most part the sun shines brightly...
Blog reviewer Andrew Old, shares his top picks from the edu-blogosphere this week Four things PISA tells us about after-school learning By @edudatalab Researcher John Jerrim looks at...
The former secretary of state for education, the Conservative MP Nicky Morgan, has written a book on “educating for 21st century character”. I can hear the cries already...
We’ve asked our blog reviewers to mix it up and recommend not their old favourites, but someone they’ve recently followed or who’s new to the edu-blogosphere. We think...

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