Been a really busy week speaking at, and then hosting different stages at #WorldEdSummit this week.
With three sessions over two days, I used the opportunity to develop a narrative across the sessions on how to develop the quality of teaching in schools through the creation of an impactful learning culture for teachers and leaders.
One of the resources I referred to in a couple of the sessions were these ‘Thinking for Learning Maps’ which I’ve been using to deepen collaborative dialogue with teachers. Unless we have a shared framework, collaboration is likely to be superficial and less impactful.
Several folk asked me for a copy of the resource. It can be downloaded here