A Necessary Journey | hannahruthtyreman

My awareness of race and the need for representation in both education and society were not inherent in me at an early age, rather it was a slow realisation of what existed around me but not within me. Perhaps the journey I am about to describe is familiar to those of you who don’t have to deal with the prejudice, discrimination, and lack of privilege that accompanies the colour of your skin. Perhaps it won’t be. Each of our journeys towards this realisation will differ but it’s a journey I hope all educators take sooner rather than later.

In writing this blog, I was struck by how many…

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A Necessary Journey | hannahruthtyreman

My awareness of race and the need for representation in both education and society were not inherent in me at an early age, rather it was a slow realisation of what existed around me but not within me. Perhaps the journey I am about to describe is familiar to those of you who don’t have to deal with the prejudice, discrimination, and lack of privilege that accompanies the colour of your skin. Perhaps it won’t be. Each of our journeys towards this realisation will differ but it’s a journey I hope all educators take sooner rather than later.

In writing this blog, I was struck by how many…

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#WomenEd Unconference 4 | hannahruthtyreman

Today’s WomenEd Unconference was to be an event unlike others I’d attended previously. It wouldn’t be my first, I wouldn’t be presenting, I wouldn’t be attending from the perspective of a middle leader in a college. My resulting pledges and response to the day would be very different from previous events.

The start of the day went much as a typical WomenEd event might. I had a smile on my face and felt the warmth of women sharing their ‘so what?’; being open about how they’d learned and grown from their involvement with WomenEd. Their simple yet powerful messages were filled with a…

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#WomenEd Unconference 4 | hannahruthtyreman

Today’s WomenEd Unconference was to be an event unlike others I’d attended previously. It wouldn’t be my first, I wouldn’t be presenting, I wouldn’t be attending from the perspective of a middle leader in a college. My resulting pledges and response to the day would be very different from previous events.

The start of the day went much as a typical WomenEd event might. I had a smile on my face and felt the warmth of women sharing their ‘so what?’; being open about how they’d learned and grown from their involvement with WomenEd. Their simple yet powerful messages were filled with a…

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Where can teachers and educators locate existing research? | hannahruthtyreman

Open access unless otherwise indicated. An ever-growing list.

 
BES (Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis)

The New Zealand Ministry of Education’s best evidence synthesis iterations draw together, explain and illustrate through vignette and case, bodies of evidence about what works to improve education outcomes, and what can make a bigger difference for the education of all our children and young people.

 
Bristol Document Summary Service

Available to Chartered College of Teaching members

In an information and data driven age, and with the huge increase in education policy and…

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Monthly Twitter Collections | hannahruthtyreman

Each month, I collate blogs, research papers, and reflections from the education community on Twitter so that you and colleagues can easily access useful content for your own learning or for school CPD. These are themed around areas of practice relevant for participants and mentors on the Chartered Teacher programme with the Chartered College of Teaching but are likely to be of wider relevance too.

*Only available if you have a Twitter account

 
Teaching collections

The following collections contain all things evidence-informed practice, research engagement, curriculum and CPD…

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Where can teachers and educators locate existing research? | hannahruthtyreman

Open access unless otherwise indicated. An ever-growing list.

 
BES (Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis)

The New Zealand Ministry of Education’s best evidence synthesis iterations draw together, explain and illustrate through vignette and case, bodies of evidence about what works to improve education outcomes, and what can make a bigger difference for the education of all our children and young people.

 
Bristol Document Summary Service

Available to Chartered College of Teaching members

In an information and data driven age, and with the huge increase in education policy and…

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https://ift.tt/2BkFbv1