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The Perfect Unit Planner

When I recently attended the PTC “Curriculum Leadership in the International School” my burning question was “How can we get teachers to enjoy and see the value in unit planning?” Whilst unit planning is a necessity, often teachers don’t see … Continue reading

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Leading faculty: Adding depth

I have a new colleague this year, who has come in from another school.  She is much more experienced than me, and I am fortunate to be in the position that I can lap up so much knowledge and experience … Continue reading

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Encouraging reflective teaching

The teacher supervision and evaluation process in our school involves observing teaching and learning through “walk-throughs” of approximately 10 minutes’ duration, and “informal observations” that last roughly 30 minutes.   All observations are unannounced. For all the teachers I supervise, I … Continue reading

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Paying a visit

Over the last few weeks, I decided to visit high school teachers individually to find out their candid opinions regarding two current issues in our school: how they felt about flex block and how it should be used, and how … Continue reading

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