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Coffee in the Garden - Oakland #2

May 20, 2018
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Coffee in the Oakland garden of Cal Hort member and garden designer Casper Curto. 42 more words

2018

Evidence to Essence | Mark Miller

With so many quotations to consider learning for GCSE English Literature, we have to find ways to prioritise and the best quotations to focus on in our study are those which are high-utility – they can be used in a wide range of essay questions and they offer lots of exploration for analysis and links across the text. 60 more words

Unpacking a School’s Guide to Implementation Part 5: Sustainability | Mark Miller

Over the last few weeks, we have been exploring the various stages of successful implementation, as outlined in the EEF guidance report Putting Evidence to Work: A School’s Guide to Implementation. 68 more words

Evidence to Essence | Mark Miller

With so many quotations to consider learning for GCSE English Literature, we have to find ways to prioritise and the best quotations to focus on in our study are those which are high-utility – they can be used in a wide range of essay questions and they offer lots of exploration for analysis and links across the text. 60 more words

Even When God Is Silent


I believe in the sun,
even when it is not shining.

I believe in love,
even though I don’t feel it.

I believe in God, 760 more words

Hope

Focus on the Final Foot: Why I’m in Favour of Ready Made Resources | Mark Miller

Last week I read this article from John Blake: “The solution to the workload crisis? Stop teachers designing their own lessons.” I found myself agreeing with the sentiments, so I read the full report: Completing the Revolution: Delivering on the promise of the 2014 National Curriculum. 59 more words

Training: Leading Learning | Mark Miller

We know that improving the quality of teaching in the classroom has the biggest impact on student outcomes.  We also know far more now about the best conditions to develop teachers and improve their teaching.  73 more words