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Leadership Limits – out with the old, in with the new?

I’ve had a wonderful sense this week from my own experiences and from sessions with school leadership clients that being willing to be on the edge of our current limits is where our growth lies. 220 more words


Leadership in a Connected Age

A great gathering of educators today in Melbourne for the SchoolsTechOZ conference.  Always a favourite, and as always a great lineup of speakers and workshop leaders. 44 more words

Future Directions


It would be difficult, if not impossible, to capture and evaluate all of the many ways in which people throughout history have attempted to prepare teachers for their profession. 199 more words


This much I know about...why ResearchED 2014 made me a little more doubtful than ever


Below are the slides and video clips from our ResearchED 2014 talk yesterday. You can watch the video of our talk here.

If you are interested in our EEF project then please contact Alex Quigley at aj.quigley@huntington-ed.org.uk. 1,035 more words

School Leadership

Leadership – are you open to the miracle of you?

I’ve had a very surprising, interesting, sad, exciting, frustrating week – but hey this is life and educational leadership isn’t it? In a week, in a day or even sometimes in an hour our experience and reactions to events can be varied and even sometimes extreme. 203 more words


How headteachers are maximising the impact of teaching assistants and getting results

Rob Webster

Recent Government data reveal the rise and rise of teaching assistants. Headcount figures show there are more TAs working in English state-funded primary schools than teachers: 257,300 vs. 707 more words

Teaching Assistants

Educators that Excel in APS - Dr. Freda Hamilton of Sarah Smith Elementary

Check out our phenomenal APS educator, Dr. Freda Hamilton of Sarah Smith Elementary featured in the most recent issue of Simply Buckhead Magazine on page 79!   53 more words

Freda Hamilton