Potlatches, Karma, Responsibility and Trust. | Paul Garvey

Talk for Teaching results in a very regular sharing of ideas and practice across a school, or more widely, across a larger collaborative structure such as a MAT. What is does is to employ the collective intelligence of the school community to drive forward innovation and improvement. The individual intelligence of teachers and support staff is high; these are well-educated, knowledgeable people, but the collective intelligence of a whole school can be immense. So why not employ it? Using the collective intelligence of your school can save time, money and effort in terms of professional…

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