Through her experience teaching from reception to university-level, through her research culminating in her recent doctorate, through her work teaching creativity to teachers across the world and her new role as an advocate fighting the ‘deprofessionalising’ of the teaching profession, Debbie knows that teaching and learning is a far more complex business than some would have us believe.
Along with her growing media presence and reputation nationally and her recent book Teaching: notes from the front line, Debbie is very much a down-to-earth practitioner and has the knack of helping teachers understand in an uncomplicated way how complex what goes on in the classroom really is - and how this understanding makes what they do so much more rewarding.
Feedback from recent events include:
"Thank you so much for helping to make the AET HTs conference such a stimulating, enjoyable and valuable occasion this week. I am deeply grateful to you . The feedback was hugely positive and I am so grateful to you."
"On behalf of Ian Comfort and Academies Enterprise Trust, I would like to thank you enormously for your contribution to our annual conference. We especially appreciated your thoughts and reflections during the panel debate which resonated strongly with many delegates. Especial thanks to you for your keynote presentation on "Being the teacher you wanted to be". Your passion and drive for training and development of new entrants to the profession and the key drivers for the best teaching were particularly engaging. I know that many delegates were reflecting on key aspects of your presentation throughout the conference."
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The very idea of assessment is one that can strike terror into the hearts of teachers and pupils alike. This course is presented by a team of high profile, highly-rated speakers who are here to show you that assessment really can work, with the experience and ideas to prove it.
With Hywel Roberts and Dr Debra Kidd. This Event helps you to remember why you became a teacher.
Being a governor is an incredibly important task these days so we are delighted when we are asked to support them in their work in all sorts of schools around the country. Apart from ensuring the event is an entertaining and enjoyable one for all, especialy as it is so often on a rainy Saturday, we make sure our input is informative, relevant, up to date and guarantees all governors go back into their schools knowing what to look for, what to do and the rights sorts of questions to ask.