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Radio #EDUtalk 04-11-2014: Professor Angela McFarlane, CEO of The College of Teachers

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Professor Angela McFarlane, CEO of The College of Teachers

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Professional Learning for Teachers channel – Episode 2: Tony Luby

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Tony Luby, Chartered Teacher and Teacher of Roman Catholic RE, talks about some of his professional Masters research.

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First broadcast on 3-10-13.

Radio #EDUtalk @ #ACTS2013: Dorothy Coe

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At the end of the ACTs conference I talked to Dorothy Coe, vice chair of ACTs, about the conference and hopefully helping put the other actscotland tagged audio in context.

 

One of several recording that we streamed from the Association of Chartered Teachers Conference at the Stirling Management Centre on Saturday 2nd February.

Radio #EDUtalk @ #ACTS2013: Angela Gardner

Angela Gardner

At the end of the conference I had a chat with Angela Gardner of AJ Enterprises who produces Informed Scotland.

a monthly intelligence digest of Scottish learning and skills. It provides a comprehensive update of the key issues, policies, developments and changes in business, education, government and the wider community.

We talked about Informed Scotland, the conference and a few other things. One of several recording that we streamed from the Association of Chartered Teachers Conference at the Stirling Management Centre on Saturday 2nd February.

Radio #EDUtalk @ #ACTS2013: Paul Campbell Promoting a Culture of Innovation

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Paul Campbell, Primary Teacher, North Lanarkshire

I caught up with Paul after he had lead a session:

Promoting a Culture of Innovation: New approaches to professional learning in a post-Donaldson era

Reflecting on the principles, research evidence and recommendations of the Donaldson review of teacher education, this workshop aims to facilitate discussion on how to establish and maintain new approaches to professional learning for teachers that encourages innovation, creativity and experimentation; ultimately improved experiences for our learners.

Radio #EDUtalk @ #ACTS2013: Amanda Corrigan It’s not what we do; it’s the way that we do it

Amanda Corrigan

Amanda Corrigan, Associate Lecturer, University of Strathclyde Continuing Professional

Development is presented in many guises, as many teachers know to their cost! This will be an interactive workshop where participants will have the opportunity to share their own experiences, consider the best conditions for effective teacher-led professional development and to hear about student-led professional development opportunities on one undergraduate primary education programme. The workshop will be a platform for delegates to discuss their own skills, knowledge and attributes in a positive environment, and to promote ideas for future professional development opportunities. Delegates who have an interest in sharing their experiences, hearing about the experiences of others and taking action as a result would be most welcome at this workshop. —-

One of several recording that we streamed from the Association of Chartered Teachers Conference at the Stirling Management Centre on Saturday 2nd February.