Thoughts on CPD accreditation #2; Missing the (quality) mark

Risk assessment: Why the Chartered College's CPD Quality Assurance project might have a negative effect on the value and variety of CPD available to schools.  [5 minutes to read] Any quality assurance scheme in education faces a number of serious challenges before even getting off the ground which, if left untackled, could inadvertently lead to... Continue Reading →

Ofsted & The Co-Creative conversation

No public body seems more hated and reviled by its stakeholders than Ofsted. And the vitriolic twitter comments on last week's well-being survey are nursery rhymes compared to the language used in private. Because education profoundly effects our lives from, well, EYFS to the grave, Ofsted's work should be defined by its commitment to transparency,... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on CPD accreditation #1; Consultation or Conversation?

The Chartered College of Teaching's new CPD Quality Assurance project is a one-shot-only opportunity to get everyone talking effectively. This article is a call to increase stakeholder involvement. [3 minutes to read] As a teacher trainer, I have a vested interest in any initiative around CPD accreditation and I was very pleased to receive an invitation to... Continue Reading →

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