Teaching and Learning Wisdom

Great advice from the confident teacher visualised for easy interpretation.

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Teachers need access to the high-level principles that can transform their classroom practice. For some educators, these were missing in their initial teacher training. At the end of January 2022, Alex Quigley (@HuntingEnglish) gave us his top-level ideas in their plainest terms possible. We thought this post was so compelling it deserved the 'visualisation treatment'. You can download a copy of the poster below and share it with your colleagues in the staffroom. If we had our own school, we thought this could be the starting point for evidence-informed teaching and learning policy.

https://www.structural-learning.com/blog
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Teachers need access to the high-level principles that can transform their classroom practice. For some educators, these were missing in their initial teacher training. At the end of January 2022, Alex Quigley (@HuntingEnglish) gave us his top-level ideas in their plainest terms possible. We thought this post was so compelling it deserved the 'visualisation treatment'. You can download a copy of the poster below and share it with your colleagues in the staffroom. If we had our own school, we thought this could be the starting point for evidence-informed teaching and learning policy.

https://www.structural-learning.com/blog