Professional Learning for Teachers channel

Forthcoming shows

Tuesday 16th December, 8pm GMT: Dr Margaret Sutherland, University of Glasgow.

Listen live at http://edutalk.info/listen, or to the recordings at http://www.edutalk.info/category/professional-learning-for-teachers/.

Previous shows

Click here to listen to Episode 23 – Dr Liz Lakin on ‘Developing Independent Learning in Science’.

Click here to listen to Episode 22 – Neil Dempsey on ‘The path from Primary to Third level education for students with Dyslexia’.

Click here to listen to Episode 21 – Daryl Stanfield and Neil Craik-Collins of Ross High School in East Lothian talk about their Learning Rounds.

Click here to listen to Episode 20 – Daniel Moncrieff, Head of Fields Studies Council Scotland.

Click here to listen to Episode 19 – Heather Lucchesi, Art teacher at St Crispin’s School in Edinburgh.

Click here to listen to Episode 18 – Dr Margaret Sutherland, University of Glasgow, on ‘Improving the educational experiences of highly able pupils in the early years’.

Click here to listen to Episode 17 – Craig Jamieson on ‘flipping’ his class.

Click here to listen to Episode 16 – Karen Hart, Fife Council Pedagogy Team.

Click here to listen to Episode 15 – Mike Brown, Chartered Teacher in Dumfries and Galloway.

Click here to listen to Episode 14 – Fearghal Kelly.

Click here to listen to Episode 13 – Philip Wilson, Teacher of Chemistry at Balerno Community High School, talks about his Masters (Chartered Teacher) studies.

Click here to listen to Episode 12 – Maryse Payen-Roy, Modern Languages Support and Development Team at Glasgow City Council, on  ‘Early start to French & How children learn their own and other languages from an early age’.

Click here to listen to Episode 11 – Clare Bryden, Chartered Teacher and Teacher of English at Oban High School.

Click here to listen to Episode 10 – Jemma Calderwood, Mathematics teacher in the Scottish Highlands, on her Professional Recognition project: ‘Promoting and Encouraging Active and Co-operative Learning’.

Click here to listen to Episode 9 – Sheila Hay, Chartered Teacher in Edinburgh, talks about her professional learning.

Click here to listen to Episode 8 – Andy McNeil, Chartered Teacher in Fife, talks about his professional learning.

Click here to listen to Episode 7 – George Gilchrist, Headteacher in The Scottish Borders, on practitioner enquiry in his schools.

Click here to listen to Episode 6 Dr Karen McArdle, University of Aberdeen, on Collaborative Action Research.

Click here to listen to Episode 5 – Dave McMillan: ‘How is creativity being interpreted by CDT teachers and in what ways if any are these interpretations being transferred into their practice?’

Click here to listen to Episode 4 – Kathryn Dodd: Exploring teachers’ experiences and perceptions of CPD in relation to current policy in Scotland.

Click here to listen to Episode 3 – Eugene Dapper, Year Progress Leader at Kingsford Community School, talks about his research around young urban school leaders.

Click here to listen to Episode 2 – Tony Luby, Chartered Teacher and Teacher of Roman Catholic RE, talks about some of his professional Masters research.

Click here to listen to Episode 1 – Lynne Jones: Vertically Challenged? What do vertical groups look like in my setting?

Background

The new ‘Professional learning for teachers’ channel on Radio Edutalk (http://edutalk.info) launched in September. Fortnightly online shows feature teachers who have improved teaching and learning, and pupil attainment and achievement, through successfully engaging with Masters study and Masters-level professional learning.

Click here to find out more about the Professional Learning for Teachers channel.

Click here if you are interested in being a guest on the show.

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2 thoughts on “Professional Learning for Teachers channel

  1. Iain Macmillan

    Would like to endorse this useful support on Engage for Education but they’ve banned all comments for any users- can’t imagine why- must be something to do with their ‘We ask..You say…We do’ openess that’s been a model of political neutrality.

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