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Jane's guest was David Valente, IATEFL Young Learners & Teens Special Interest Group Co-ordinator. They chatted about his work as a volunteer with the IATEFL YLTSIG, his views on ELT as a profession, training and language education.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Join Henry and his very special guest Adam Lewis as they explore some of the avenues of effective teacher development, mechanisms for enabling collaboration and also opportunities for gathering feedback - some real insights from Adam. The research focus is the 5 Stages of Development of Pre-Service Teachers from Furlong & Maynard, and there's the u…
 
In a one off, one and a half hour show, earlier than normal Toby and Ed spoke all things Spring (ish), with plenty of customary deviation! Toby broadcast along to begin with musing when the best time for learning is in school - is it when we're all happy and Spring-like, or when it's dark and cold and uninviting outside? Then Ed joined and they tal…
 
We need to talk about afro hair because it is important to empower the next generation of students with a historical and economical as well as a social understanding of what it means to have afro hair. The history of afro hair is the history of colonialism, slavery and the imposition of Caucasian beauty standards. It has to change and become a cele…
 
In today's Sunday Lunch Show, Kalil is joined by Sarah Cottingham (@overpractised) to discuss memory and what it means for teaching and learning. Sarah has done a Masters in Educational Neuroscience and gives incredible insight into how the brain and memory work. This is something that all teachers need to be aware of to enable them to be as effect…
 
Listen to a veteran ESL teacher from Lagos Nigeria, as she shares her strategies of successfully managing ESL large classrooms. Leave a comment to join the conversation.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Dorian welcomes back sustainability in education gurus Alex Catallo and John Cannings who both have a huge wealth of experience working in the IB itself and also specifically with sustainability programmes in a range of different contexts. Alex and John are back for a deeper dive on sustainability education, what is working and how can it be better…
 
Tom Rogers was in London on Wednesday 11th of May 2022 for the premiere of 'The unspeakable truth about children', a new documentary detailing life inside the Michaela Free School. Hear Katharine Birbalsingh be interviewed by writer and former politician Daniel Hannan followed by a short follow up interview with former Michaela staff member Barry S…
 
This week's episode we discuss community cohesion and what it means for schools. How can we involve members of the local community in our school and how can we create a feeling of cohesion within the school? I am joined by Joel who discusses his plan for his role as communiity cohesion manager.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Holly King-Mand, who left her classroom-based teaching behind in 2019 in favour of setting up as a tutor, is joined by Alex Hamlin. Alex is a successful and well-respected tutor serving Bristol and online and shares his experience of moving away from the classroom but not away from teaching.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
in Harry's final Drive Home show he talks to Thomas about the impact poetry has had on him as a person and as a teacher. He gives us some great ideas on how we can connect more with poetry and reminds us that it isn't just a bunch of dead white dudes.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Talking with Georgina Burt and Ellie Harwood from the Child Poverty Action Group about the Cost of the School Day Project and practical steps schools can take to make education more inclusive and equitable for children from low income families. #pupilpremium #deprivation #lowincome #pastoralTeachers Talk Radio による
 
This morning I spoke with Nik Peachey about his journey from teaching to training and then on to Publishing. We talked about his career and how his MA in learning technologies for Education was a real turning point and the lessons learned along the way. Nik gave some really sensible advice for teachers interested in getting into publishing and some…
 
Step into the shoes of a nursery school teacher who has just received a sexual abuse report from her nursery pupils. Can a child be an abuser? If you were Vivian, then what would you do? How will you address the issue? Leave a comment below. This episode contains a audio of Nigerian children singing awareness songs about sex education.…
 
Mercedes Viola of 4D Lab in Uruguay joined me for a conversation about inclusive education. Mercedes is helping to organise https://economiainclusiva.net/en/ - the Latin American Inclusive Economy Festival, which includes a strand on inclusive education. They are looking for help with English translation & interpretation if you can help.…
 
The podcast and discussion will both be on the topic of how to choose the perfect school. This is mostly relevant to 1.Newly Qualified teachers looking for their first job, 2.to teachers who are thinking about changing schools and 3.for parents who are looking for the right school for their children. What is the perfect school for a teacher? The pe…
 
Join Sobia with Clare Ford discussing the most effective revision tips for exams. Also, joined by Justin Blake to discuss Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation Skills in the workplace.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Eugene is joined, once again, by Heather Greatbatch and G. They stay vaguely on track, have less technical difficulties and sing the news. They also discuss sea gulls and being an Autistic teacher. Dogs bark at times and a small child has an issue with a wet sock.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Dorian is joined by Ellen Mahoney, CEO of Sea Change Mentoring, for an in-depth examination of what SEL is, why it is important and how it can look in a number of different contexts. We dive into what feels like a rabbit warren, exploring how interconnected many aspects of day to day school life crossover and run through SEL and also acknowledge th…
 
Tune in to the weekly Thursday Twilight Show as Henry is joined by Bradley Busch from InnerDrive; they discuss the importance of cognitive science and psychology in teacher education, the need for context and nuance, important research and, most importantly, sock and shoe combinations. Henry also explores a seminal research paper and offers up his …
 
Holly is joined by Inna Hryhohovych, headteacher of St Mary's Ukrainian School in London and chair of The Association of Ukrainian Teachers in Great Britain, to look at the similarities and differences between our education systems and what teachers should expect as Ukrainian refugees begin to enter our mainstream schools.…
 
Gina and Harry talk about their different routes into ELT. Gina shares how businesses and individuals can help market themselves within the profession. Both in the digital world but also out into the real one.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Talking with Ian White about his Thread: ‘Behaviour is slipping’. Everyone on SLT has heard this before. But what should we do? Tips from some great schools that have improved behaviour significantly. Here’s some of the things he’s learned about tackling behavioural drift. #behaviour #behaviourmanagement #leadership #pastoral…
 
This morning I had a lovely chat with Giovanni Licardi about his ELT journey, CELTA (US style) inclusive materials, his work with the IATEFL IPSEN SIG and the upcoming IATEFL Conference in Belfast. Giovanni Licata is the Head of Teacher Training at IH-Accademia Britannica in Rome. Having worked in schools across Europe, Asia and the US, he has deve…
 
Today's show is about Mr Tolu, a Nigerian teacher who moved from a private school to a public school. He finds it really challenging and frustrating to settle in smoothly. Listen to his major challenge, some solutions as suggested by the guest teacher Adesola and host Bisayo. If you were in Mr Tolu's shoes, what will you do? leave a comment below.…
 
Mary Bousted is interviewed by Tom Rogers for TTR at the launch of her new book in London (27th April 2022) , covered in the interview - does Mary prefer Corbyn to Starmer, Wilshaw to Gove, Johnson to Cameron - find out! Tom asks Mary about insurance companies acting as unions, OFSTEDs curriculum focus (she has some strong words on that) and the NE…
 
Tabitha talks about edutwitter, social media and power in education, and the ethnography of online communities. She also tells the cautionary tale of the baby board she was on from 2004-2006 and what the apocalypse of divorces, breakdowns, and recrimination can tell us about closeknit online communities…
 
Mary Is joined by Haili Hughes who is a Senior Lecturer in Professional development and Teacher Development Mentor Lead at Sunderland University and Head of Education at Iris Connect. Join the ladies as they discuss all things mentorship.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Flora is joined by headteachers Anthony McGeeney and Mike Fairclough talking about why play in fundamental to children's learning and as Ken Robinson says, 'flourishing'. How do we develop play, creativity and imagination in our learners across schools and also in our adults?Teachers Talk Radio による
 
listen to a chat with Yejide Egbedire, the savvy chemistry teacher from Lagos, Nigeria. She shared her experience with the Learning Pyramid created by Edgar Dale, the American Educationist. Do all learners really learn best when they teach others? Share your thoughts in the comments.Teachers Talk Radio による
 
Dorian is joined by Jabiz Raisdana for an insightful and enriching discussion about how communities can be (re)built following the pandemic and how service learning has the capacity to restore relationships between schools and the local/global community. Jabiz gives a deep, honest and experienced reflection of his own journey and subsequent thought…
 
Join Henry as he chats with the fantastic Debs Butler about her experiences as both mentor and Induction Tutor, and explore what makes great mentoring. Henry also explores some of the key areas of research evidence that sits behind theories of effective mentor practice and some of the implications for school leaders.…
 
We look at the various issues to do with teaching the new #RSE curriculum in schools. How do schools train staff and implement a cohesive curriculum that covers all the aspects of this challenging topic area. We are joined by Abi a teacher from Essex responsible for delivering RSE and PHSE in her school.…
 
Joining Holly on The Morning Break show today are Charlene Vanderpuye and Natalie Williams, leaders of Little Ashes Preschool in Bedfordshire. They share insight into why the same professional esteem bestowed on primary and secondary teachers is not shown to EYFS practitioners, as well as talking early literacy, forest school and transition to prim…
 
Toby and Ed discussed their most memorable moments and teachers from school, considering the old adage 'it's not what you learnt but how you were made to feel that mattered.' For the first half of the show some of the big edu-topics of the day were discussed from select committee discussions about female Physics uptake and an article in the Guardia…
 
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