If people perform well at school they don’t go on to change the world. One reason for their success in education is they understand the importance in following processes and delivering what’s asked for within the constraints of the system. They are also great at working out what is being tested – the content –… Read More 85% pass rate
Just over 5 years ago I wrote a blog post which received silly numbers of reads and comments. It’s still the most read post on here and I’m asked about it regularly. I was flattered by the feedback it received and, following a few suggestions, set about translating the post into a book. A few… Read More 5 years ago
8 weeks ago today I facilitated a session at Learning Live about the 50 big ideas I wrote about earlier in the year, It was a different session, participative and creative with outputs which, over a 5 week period, I’ve shared on this blog. Each post in the previous 5 weeks listed the ideas… Read More What can you achieve in 40 days?
So, here we are with blog post 5 from my session at Learning Live. This is focused on the last of the 5 big ideas in the session. As I’ve written previously, I’m looking at the content for the first time as I prepare this blog post. This is big idea number 3 of the… Read More Have people design their own quality criteria
This is post 4 of 5 from my session at Learning Live last month. As I’ve written previously, I’m creating blog posts on each of the topics from the 10 small ideas that each group came up with. This week, it’s the turn of big idea number 33: Make performance support and the ability to… Read More Performance support and the right question