Bluyonder voices podcast # 10 – schools as learning organisations

In this month’s podcast, I speak to Dr Louise Stoll, Professor of Professional Learning at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning. Louise was in Sydney this week to deliver the annual Ann D Clark lecture for 2018. Louise has spent the last two decades examining the idea of schools as learning organisations. She knows … More Bluyonder voices podcast # 10 – schools as learning organisations

Personalised learning: not an optional preference

I heard a story recently about an English teacher using the class’s interest in sport to motivate and engage them in their lessons. The parent relaying this was so impressed by the ‘personalisation’ of learning. Many parents think that differentiating instruction for the class is the same as personalising learning for the child. In fact, … More Personalised learning: not an optional preference

The predispositions of school leadership

Much of the discussion at the recent uLead conference was on how we lead schools in today’s world. As you can imagine, there was a smorgasbord of opinions that yielded interesting discussion and important insights. The benefit of attending such conferences is that it often provokes and stimulates your own thinking as was the case when … More The predispositions of school leadership