This post is the second in the series of dealing with the Planning, Implementation and Evaluation of interventions. The first can be found here. I’ll be solely concerned with the Implementation phase in this article. Getting started can be the hardest thing. For example, when starting this blog I agonised over trivial matters and procrastinated… Continue reading Eating the PIE – pt2
My New Book!
I’ve got some exciting news to share with you. I have just published my first book which will be available for purchase in just under a weeks’ time! This work is another contribution of mine to the teaching community which I deeply care about. Stay posted for the release date!
Eating the PIE (Planning Implementation and Evaluation of intervention strategies)
Leading assessment body GL Education states that “the success of young people’s educational experience is heavily determined by the attitudes they bring to their learning”. As educators, we know this to be a universal truth. Levels of confidence, motivation and perceived learning capabilities play a huge role in students’ success and their overall experience of… Continue reading Eating the PIE (Planning Implementation and Evaluation of intervention strategies)
Get That Job!
“We’ll done for making it this far, but unfortunately we went with the other candidate”. “Thanks for taking the time to apply, however we have decided not to progress any further with your application.” Even writing these words evokes the pang of disappointment from past rejection. Well, their loss anyway! When applying… Continue reading Get That Job!
10 Intervention Strategies
Below are 10 pastoral intervention strategies which can be used to support struggling learners to get back on track and make progress in their education. Know who they are! This is fundamental. You can’t intervene if you don’t know who to support. Ask key pastoral figures such as Form Tutors, Heads of Year and Heads… Continue reading 10 Intervention Strategies