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Why I'm going into teaching

At these times of unrest in education in the UK, I have often pondered what I am doing Рand debated if I am a little mad.   533 more words

Educational Musings

Leading the why through the how

Working in two separate schools this week led me to pondering how leaders find a balance between the “why” and the “how”. It is great to have a vision but the real challenge is often bringing the vision into fruition. 603 more words

Educational Musings

My Day as a Year 10 Student

Many of you will know that I am at a new school this year and have made the step up to a Senior Leadership position. This meant that I jumped at the chance to take on the… 1,420 more words

mrsmeganpete reblogged this on mrsmeganpeterson and commented:

Amazing post from my great (former) colleague and friend Steve Mouldey (a.k.a @geomouldey)

Seeing is believing

Part of my job involves being an observer in other¬†teachers’ classrooms. At Evaluation Associates Ltd, we have clear beliefs (underpinned by relevant evidence, of course) that ongoing feedback, evaluation and support of teachers in the classroom supports them to grow and improve. 604 more words


Moving toward Assessment for Learning

I was recently contacted by an educator in Hong Kong wanting some advice around how he could make his tests more AfL appropriate. This is a great question (and a million more questions popped into my head – why a test? 809 more words

Assessment For Learning

Teaching is who we are, not just what we do

I was privileged enough to attend the funeral of a dear colleague of mine today. It was hard. Tony was an exceptional human being who had an impact on so many lives. 501 more words