Thinking Aloud: Questions, so many questions 

At The Edge Of Chaos

Great intellects are skeptical.


So the Chartered College rolls into action with first meetings in London and Sheffield. I have no problem with a chartered college, and with the right principles and practice I am confident it could help rebuild the tottering structure that is our national education system. But I have many, many questions that I need to find answers for before I join the cause. Here are a few…

A voice for who?

The #collectivevoice hashtag is all over Twitter presently, but what exactly is the voice saying? Is it for teacher representation? Is it for pedagogical practice? Bridging the widening gap between policy makers and those at the coal face? It’s one thing to communicate evidence based practice, but what leverage does the CCT have in making this happen? There is a catch-22 here: an organisation can have an aim to only represent the interests of…

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