In the next issue of Digital Education, the free newsletter for people with an interest in educational ICT and Computing, I'll be covering a range of subjects, including:
- a conference on the future of the teaching profession
- the KAP test
- how to evaluate a school when you go for an interview, using the RSVP test
- research reports
- book reviews
- and, if I don't collapse from exhaustion, even more!
That should be coming out pretty soon.
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While you're waiting for this phenomenal addition to the world's store of literary masterpieces, you might like to read the following articles:
It's counterintutive to want to do such a thing, but given that some senior leadership teams demand numbers or letters, you may need to. This article shows you how to do so without having to sacrifice your principles or good practice.
In return for completing a survey (which won't take long unless you decide to write War and Peace in the answers), you'll automatically receive this grand publication. The survey is about what options you'll be offering to potential GCSE students from September 2016.
The book is over 60 years old and still readable, reliable and, above all, relevant -- which is a bit unfortunate if you stop to think about it. I mean, you'd think we would have all grown up by now and decided to stop performing numerical sleight of hand. Oh well.