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Welcome to Leading in the 21st Century, where we explore the latest trends and advancements in education! Today, we delve into the exciting world of Artificial Intelligence and its impact on the classroom. From personalised learning, bridging the skills gap, to ethical considerations, we will discuss the many ways AI is shaping the future of educat…
 
This week my guest is professor Colin Diamond CBE. We discuss his book, 'The Birmingham Book: Lessons in urban education leadership and policy from the Trojan Horse Affair'.Teachers Talk Radio
 
Harry talks to Helen Slee about the fragility of the ELT profession. They discuss what makes a teacher what they are and go over why people might not stay in teaching. They also discuss the representation of the LGBTQIA+ community in ELT.Teachers Talk Radio
 
Natalie discusses gifted versus high achieving students, how to identify a gifted child and how teachers can support them in the classroom with Silvia Garrido-Soriano. There are also further discussions of the challenges of being gifted and how this links with mental health and well-being.Teachers Talk Radio
 
Tom is joined by headteachers Vic Goddard, Brian Walton and Flora Cooper to discuss their routines and experiences as headteachers - in 2023, heads are reportedly in 'exodus' from the profession. There are discussions around parental pressures, OFSTED, recruitment, budgets and mental health.Teachers Talk Radio
 
Christopher discusses ways of challenging and supporting able students with Rob Lightfoot, CEO of the National Association for Able Children in Education @naceuk, and Professor Andy P. Hill of the University of York St John.Teachers Talk Radio
 
In this weeks show Brent and Adam discuss this weeks big news stories. Today's show we have a great interview with Daniel Kebede (Former President and current candiate for NEU General Secretary). Follow Daniel on Twitter @DanielKebedeNEU Please like and follow the show. Follow us and interact throughout the week on the following: Twitter: @brentpol…
 
Darren learns about the school system in Bandlagesh from a caller, then talks about why it's important to recognise the whole Lunar New Year cycle (not just Spring Festival) and gives some ideas of how you can teach Chinese culture in your classes.Teachers Talk Radio
 
In this show, Poppy speaks firstly to headteacher Dave McPartlin about how to make school fun; Dave shares some of the great work he and his school are doing through initiatives such as their school coffee shop, and going on Britain's Got Talent with pupils in quest of a Christmas Number 1 (spoiler alert: they got the Golden Buzzer!) Poppy also tal…
 
How do you engage students who struggle to articulate their ideas? How much do you consider long-term and working memory when teaching writing? Join Jeff as he explores how to nurture academic writing with his special guest Chloe McNamee who is an English Pedagogical Lead and GCSE examiner.Teachers Talk Radio
 
“Getting my class to work is like pulling teeth!” What do you do when they just won’t work? Ian Timbrell joins us to discuss barriers to pupils starting tasks and how we can support them access their learning. #motivation #barriers #taskdesign #work #creativityTeachers Talk Radio
 
Ed and Toby disseminated Edutwitter's favourite and most frightful words for your listening pleasure. They skedaddled and kerfuffled and discombobulated at the spunky moistness of your mucus insane in the membranes. There were amorphous plops and a plethora of scintillation. There was also a little chat about writing too soon and more words and sto…
 
Harry talks to Bianca Peel about how and why we should integrate Social and Emotional Learning, Creativity and STEAM Education into our both our homes and schools. Find our more about Bianca on her website biancapeel.comTeachers Talk Radio
 
This morning I had a lovely chat with Fatime Losonci about IELTS and how to teach productive skills properly. Her experience and insight into teaching and learning mean she knows what learners need and can help teachers hone in and support students with skills work. Fatime is an ELT teacher trainer specialising in teaching skills, especially for te…
 
Tom is joined by a range of guests and callers to discuss the upcoming NEU teacher strike. Is pay the right focus for strike action? Why have unions struggled to reach strike thresholds? What is going to happen in the upcoming leadership election for the NEU? All discussed in this feisty TTR show.Teachers Talk Radio
 
My special guest today was Chris Temple-Murray, IT Programme Leader and Advanced Teaching Practitioner at Exeter College in the UK. Among other things, we talked talking about Educational Technology, Engagement, Learning and Assessment, including (surprise surprise!) ChatGPT.Teachers Talk Radio
 
What is going on in UK schools with learning French? What happens in a French lesson? Maud explores the UK language deficit and how to address contemporary issues such as lack of motivation and the specificities of learning a foreign language for young teenagers.Teachers Talk Radio
 
Joined by English teacher Eloise Fitt we discuss what it's like to teach with dyslexia. The barriers we face and the alternative ways we process information. Why we need to champion our dyslexic students, the skills having dyslexia give us and why we shouldn't judge a fish by how it climbs a tree.Teachers Talk Radio
 
In this weeks show Brent and Adam discuss this weeks big news stories. Today's show we a great interview with @mrmetacognition. Metacognition: What does it look like in the classroom? Please like and follow the show. Follow us and interact throughout the week on the following: Twitter: @brentpoland1 and @aspence81…
 
Ian Wigston joins Poppy Gibson to discuss his brand new book, 'The Magic in the Space Beyond'. They reflect on the different elements of leadership today and the impact that mentoring and coaching can have. The book is available to purchase here: https://www.johncattbookshop.com/the-magic-in-the-space-beyond-transformational-case-studies-from-the-f…
 
Jeff talks to curriculum expert Martin Robinson about his brand new book 'Curriculum revolutions' available through John Catt here: https://www.hachette.co.uk/titles/martin-robinson/curriculum-revolutions-a-practical-guide-to-enhancing-what-you-teach/9781913622985/Teachers Talk Radio
 
Nathan asks 'Why learn music at school?' With musician and music educator Gary Cunningham, we answer- What does good music education look like? What instruments should children be learning? & What songs should be on the curriculum? #music #arts #performance #creativityTeachers Talk Radio
 
After a long Christmas break and only a one off Chrsitmas show in December after a month long hiatus, Toby and Ed were back to their signature back and forth fun, frolics and frivolity. A pretty happy and upbeat way to start the year though potholes, people who don't sing in church, chutney gifters, weird drinks people serve at Christmas (e.g. Bail…
 
Harry talks to Richard Chinn and Danny Norrington-Davies about how we can approach emergent language in our classrooms. They discuss the many forms of emergent language and some of the best ways to exploit it. To find out more check out their up coming publication or go to https://dannynorringtondavies.wordpress.com/…
 
Lucy is joined by Kieran Mackle and they discuss mastery in Maths. What is mastery? Why is mastery important? How do students gain mastery and how do they demonstrate it? What are the implications for curriculum, pedagogy and learning? All these questions are answered and many more!Teachers Talk Radio
 
Natalie is joined by Nicole Tremblay, Director of Theatre at Park Tudor School, Indianapolis, to discuss the importance of Co-Curricular in schools. Topics covered include- the benefits and impact that these challenges have on young people. The personal qualities and memorable experiences gained. The importance of escape from the day-to-day activit…
 
What does ChatGPT think are the major challenges facing teachers? What advice does it suggest to teachers? How valuable is that advice? How superficial? What happens when you disagree with ChatGPT? Graham tries to find out in this show.Teachers Talk Radio
 
Tom discusses the influence of social media influencer Andrew Tate on young people, particularly boys, and why schools are concerned about it. They discuss strategies to tackle misogyny and sexism in schools. Guests include Matt Pinkett, Dr Emily Setty, Charlotte Carson and Maggie Keeley.Teachers Talk Radio
 
After almost a year of recording podcasts, it is important to reflect on what is brings to my teaching. Podcasting allows me to reflect on my practice and it enriches my skills. When a dear friend mentioned a desire to join the teaching profession I jumped on the occasion. Explaining the realities of teaching in the UK in a practical and realistic …
 
Brent reminisces of the "good old days" before the internet and discusses the implications of the Online Safety Bill and the government's Online Literacy strategy. He outlines what he thinks it will will mean for schools. Also this week in the news regarding education from strike ballots to teachers social media accounts being vetted by employers!…
 
Join me Hannah Wilson along with my mum who retired from teaching at 73 after a lengthy and interesting journey through teaching and my sister a SENDCO and teacher of 27 years. Is teaching in the blood. Did we inherit our teaching skills? Are we stronger teachers and more likely to stay in teaching coming from a family of educators.…
 
Harry talks to Charlie Jones from Learn Play Nexus about their continued commitment to the environment, starting with their revolutionary U-Fill glue stick. The world first refillable glue stick. Find out more at https://learnplaynexus.com/ They're also joined by Edd Moore an Eco-Leader who talks about his experience with Learn Play Nexus. They als…
 
This morning Jane enjoyed talking with Dario Banegas about CLIL, Bi and multilingual education, translanguaging…and the importance of napping. Dario is a lecturer in language education at Moray House School of Education & Sport, University of Edinburgh. He has 20 years of experience as an EFL secondary school teacher & teacher educator. His main in…
 
My special guest was the Educator Scott Lockman. We talked about digital storytelling, how to start tutoring students online, early internet radio, the Webheads and World Bridges network, the time MC Hammer joined us by surprise on the World Conversation Club internet radio show, and much more.Teachers Talk Radio
 
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