Joe Dale (@joedale on Twitter) discusses dropping in and out of Twitter, the life and history of the #mfltwitterati community and the trust it engenders between participants. A self-confessed experimenter, Joe’s recent tinkerings into Anchor (with Rachel Smith – @lancslassrach on Twitter) certainly (ahem!) hooked me.
Teaching Scotland’s Future Career Long Professional Learning, Professional Update Ken Muir & Jayne Rowe
The purpose of today’s workshop will be to share detail as to the range of work which has been
undertaken by the Teacher Education team; in particular, examining the concept of career-long
professional learning and the strategies which the team continues to promote to impact upon the climate and culture within Scottish schools.
We had a small technical hitch at the start of the broadcast which led to the first five minutes of the show not being recorded. Apologies to our panelists who were introducing themselves at the time.
Without a guest, David and John talk over recent and up-and-coming EDUtalk and Radio EDUtalk contributions and shows, and John’s vague and utopian CPD ideas, the Glow transition, and Twitter.
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