John Hattie: 10 myths about student achievement

John Hattie: 10 myths about student achievement

John Hattie’s 15 year meta-analysis of over ¼ of a billion students worldwide has enabled him to identify what really aids student achievement. In an interview with Sarah Montague for BBC Radio 4, he dispels some popular myths about what does and doesn’t matter...
7 useful tips to make coaching feedback formative

7 useful tips to make coaching feedback formative

Written by Chritsophe Mullings To make a coaching session as worthwhile as possible, any feedback given and received needs to be effective. Enhance your coaching session by taking on board these 7 tips from expert coach and consultant, Mike Fleetham. 1. Understand the...
Teacher coaching: What school leaders need to consider

Teacher coaching: What school leaders need to consider

Written by Chritsophe Mullings “Coaching done well may be the most effective intervention designed for human performance.” – Atul Gawande, Personal Best, The New Yorker Coaching provides a fantastic opportunity for experienced teachers to develop themselves further....
ITE in the New Normal

ITE in the New Normal

Written by Tim Gander, Director of Education, The Mind Lab. With the announcement that schools in New Zealand would be entering a period of lockdown and ‘school-led learning at home’, the beginning teachers we worked with had to rethink their approach to teaching and...