Highlights of a fascinating online INSET session delivered by Associate Jackie Beere OBE for primary teachers on well-being, thinking skills and more.
How Do I Know What I Think Until I hear What I Say?
We like the look of this new app designed to get children talking more and, as a result, thinking better.
A Conversation About Creating Resilient, Independent Primary Learners
A conversation about creating resilient, independent learners in Primary schools with Associates Jonathan Lear and Mark Creasy.
So What Are the Essential Skills Our Young People Need for 2020?
Associate Jackie Beere OBE has a new book coming out which helps schools address the real key skills needed for 2020 and beyond. Here is a sneaky preview with plenty to think about when we ask our favourite question, what are they learning while you're teaching them?
Life Begins Where Your Comfort Zone Ends
Long-time Associate, author and coach Jackie Beere OBE shares her thoughts on why some people are responding to the current crisis better than others and her tips on how to thrive at the edge of your comfort zone.
For What We Are About To Receive...
At a time when the whole country seems to be waiting, waiting... coach and Independent Thinking Associate Andy Vass shares a view on the important difference between anticipation and expectation.
A view on resilience during the current pandemic from inside the schools gates by primary headteacher, professional coach and Associate, Julie Rees, author The Little Book of Values.
The Golden Age of Curriculum Design
The Golden Age of Curriculum Design is ahead of us according to Associate Will Ryan. A fascinating long-read blog on how we can grasp the opportunity we have to make teaching and learning come alive for all our children.
How About Some Mind Medicine?
How to help yourself feel that little bit better when you're having one of those days? How about a little Mind Medicine in 21 easy-to-swallow pieces, courtesy of Associate Nina Jackson.
Growth Mindset Made Simple
Growth Mindset summed up in four headings and one life-changing mantra by Ian Gilbert. Perfect for busy teachers.
10 Things I Love About Being Dyslexic
Written by Ian Gilbert’s 19 year-old dyslexic daughter to help with the current debate about what it is, and whether it is at all.
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