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Becoming Educated

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The mission of Becoming Educated is threefold: - to inform, giving teachers the robust academic basis for really meaningfully interrogating practice. - to challenge accepted thinking, dangerous assumptions and the “dead wood” in tired professional dialogue. - and ultimately to inspire and allow passionate professionals to trust in themselves and teach with joy.

Latest Episodes

Making Kids Cleverer with David Didau

David Didau is a freelance writer, blogger, speaker, trainer and author. he started his award winning blog, The Learning Spy, in 2011 to express the constraints and irritations of ordinary teachers, detail the successes and failures within his own classroom, and synthesise his years of teaching experience through the lens of educational research and cognitive psychology. Since then he has spoken at various national conferences, has directly influenced Ofsted and has worked with the Department for Education.

88 MIN2 d ago
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Making Kids Cleverer with David Didau

What Makes Beautiful with Mark Burns

Mark Burns has developed a proven track record in improving teaching and leadership in education. He’s co-authored two best-selling books in this field in “Engaging Learners” & “Teaching Backwards”. More recently, he has worked with FTSE100 retailers and third sector organisations, to develop the quality and impact of their learning and development programmes. His deep understanding of learning design and overcoming barriers to learning led to his third book “The Learning Imperative”

44 MIN1 w ago
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What Makes Beautiful with Mark Burns

How to Survive in Teaching with Emma Kell

Dr Emma Kell has 20 years experience as a teacher and currently works at a Pupil Referral Unit and trains teachers with the Institute of Education. She is also a former Head of MFL and English. She has recently completed a doctorate on teacher well-being and work-life balance at Middlesex University. Emma is also a co-host on the brilliant ‘Clem and Em; podcast and the author ‘How to survive in teaching without imploding, exploding or walking away’

52 MIN2 w ago
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How to Survive in Teaching with Emma Kell

Dual Coding with Oliver Caviglioli

Oliver Caviglioli is a former headteacher of a special school. Oli is also an author, designer and illustrator who is widely known for his work on dual coding which led to him writing the brilliant and beautiful Dual Coding with Teachers. Oli has collaborated with many educators, often providing excellent illustrations for their books most notably Tom Sherrington’s Rosenshine Principles in Action and How Learning Happens by Paul Kirschner and Carl Hendrick.

61 MIN3 w ago
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Dual Coding with Oliver Caviglioli

A Manifesto for Change with Richard Gerver

Richard Gerver has been described as one of the most inspirational leaders of his generation. He is an award-winning speaker, bestselling author and world-renowned thinker. Richards' books include the outstanding ‘Creating Tomorrow's Schools Today’, ‘Change’ and ‘Simple Thinking’. Richard's latest book, ‘Education: A Manifesto for Change’, explores how our school system can be made fit for purpose in our turbulent 21st-century world.

60 MINJUN 15
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A Manifesto for Change with Richard Gerver

How Teaching in our Schools can get Better and Better with Bruce Robertson

Bruce Robertson is a senior leader of teaching & learning in the Scottish Borders. Bruce has taught Chemistry in schools since 2003. Has 7 years experience as a deputy headteacher. His leadership of teaching and learning improvement in Eyemouth High School led to the school being awarded the General Teaching Council for Scotland ’Excellence in Professional Learning Award’ in June 2019. He is the author of ‘The Teaching Delusion:why teaching in our schools isn't good enough (and how we can make it bet

49 MINJUN 8
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How Teaching in our Schools can get Better and Better with Bruce Robertson

Leadership Lessons from our Little Ones with Emma Turner

Emma Turner is a teacher, leader, parent and writer. She taught in primary school for 13 years first as a classroom teacher, then assistant head, then deputy head and then going on to form one of the UKs first all female co-headships. After 20 years in primary Emma joined the Discovery Schools Academy Trust where she is now their research and CPD lead. She is the self titled ‘Chaos Coordinator’ at home and author of the refreshing and informative ‘Be More Toddler’

69 MINJUN 1
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Leadership Lessons from our Little Ones with Emma Turner

Being Your Teacher Self with Tom Rogers

Tom Rogers is an experienced teacher and middle leader, having worked at home and abroad as a history teacher, head of history and latterly assistant headteacher. Tom’s passion is in making schools better places for teachers to work in. This passion has inspired him to write more than 100 blogs for the TES and share with the profession through his own twitter account; @rogershistory. In 2015, Tom set up the teachmeet network “teachmeet icons” which now hosts free annual events for teachers across the

52 MINMAY 25
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Being Your Teacher Self with Tom Rogers

Developing a Dynamic Learning Community with Dr Kulvarn Atwal

Dr Kulvarn Atwal is currently the Executive Headteacher of two large primary schools in London having spent his entire career teaching in East London schools. Dr Atwal specialises in teacher professional learning and his doctoral thesis highlighted the factors which impact upon teacher professional learning activities. He has applied his learning to enhance the learning experience for young people in his schools.

40 MINMAY 18
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Developing a Dynamic Learning Community with Dr Kulvarn Atwal

Making Teaching Simple with Jo Facer

Jo Facer has worked in education since 2010. She is an English Teacher and has worked as a classroom teacher, head of department, assistant head and deputy head in five schools. She is currently the principal designate of Ark Soane Academy, a new school opening in Ealing in September 2020. Jo writes an excellent blog at readingallthebooks.com and has published a brilliant book ‘Simplicity Rules: How simplifying what we do in the classroom can benefit children”.

60 MINMAY 11
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Making Teaching Simple with Jo Facer

Latest Episodes

Making Kids Cleverer with David Didau

David Didau is a freelance writer, blogger, speaker, trainer and author. he started his award winning blog, The Learning Spy, in 2011 to express the constraints and irritations of ordinary teachers, detail the successes and failures within his own classroom, and synthesise his years of teaching experience through the lens of educational research and cognitive psychology. Since then he has spoken at various national conferences, has directly influenced Ofsted and has worked with the Department for Education.

88 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Making Kids Cleverer with David Didau

What Makes Beautiful with Mark Burns

Mark Burns has developed a proven track record in improving teaching and leadership in education. He’s co-authored two best-selling books in this field in “Engaging Learners” & “Teaching Backwards”. More recently, he has worked with FTSE100 retailers and third sector organisations, to develop the quality and impact of their learning and development programmes. His deep understanding of learning design and overcoming barriers to learning led to his third book “The Learning Imperative”

44 MIN1 w ago
Comments
What Makes Beautiful with Mark Burns

How to Survive in Teaching with Emma Kell

Dr Emma Kell has 20 years experience as a teacher and currently works at a Pupil Referral Unit and trains teachers with the Institute of Education. She is also a former Head of MFL and English. She has recently completed a doctorate on teacher well-being and work-life balance at Middlesex University. Emma is also a co-host on the brilliant ‘Clem and Em; podcast and the author ‘How to survive in teaching without imploding, exploding or walking away’

52 MIN2 w ago
Comments
How to Survive in Teaching with Emma Kell

Dual Coding with Oliver Caviglioli

Oliver Caviglioli is a former headteacher of a special school. Oli is also an author, designer and illustrator who is widely known for his work on dual coding which led to him writing the brilliant and beautiful Dual Coding with Teachers. Oli has collaborated with many educators, often providing excellent illustrations for their books most notably Tom Sherrington’s Rosenshine Principles in Action and How Learning Happens by Paul Kirschner and Carl Hendrick.

61 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Dual Coding with Oliver Caviglioli

A Manifesto for Change with Richard Gerver

Richard Gerver has been described as one of the most inspirational leaders of his generation. He is an award-winning speaker, bestselling author and world-renowned thinker. Richards' books include the outstanding ‘Creating Tomorrow's Schools Today’, ‘Change’ and ‘Simple Thinking’. Richard's latest book, ‘Education: A Manifesto for Change’, explores how our school system can be made fit for purpose in our turbulent 21st-century world.

60 MINJUN 15
Comments
A Manifesto for Change with Richard Gerver

How Teaching in our Schools can get Better and Better with Bruce Robertson

Bruce Robertson is a senior leader of teaching & learning in the Scottish Borders. Bruce has taught Chemistry in schools since 2003. Has 7 years experience as a deputy headteacher. His leadership of teaching and learning improvement in Eyemouth High School led to the school being awarded the General Teaching Council for Scotland ’Excellence in Professional Learning Award’ in June 2019. He is the author of ‘The Teaching Delusion:why teaching in our schools isn't good enough (and how we can make it bet

49 MINJUN 8
Comments
How Teaching in our Schools can get Better and Better with Bruce Robertson

Leadership Lessons from our Little Ones with Emma Turner

Emma Turner is a teacher, leader, parent and writer. She taught in primary school for 13 years first as a classroom teacher, then assistant head, then deputy head and then going on to form one of the UKs first all female co-headships. After 20 years in primary Emma joined the Discovery Schools Academy Trust where she is now their research and CPD lead. She is the self titled ‘Chaos Coordinator’ at home and author of the refreshing and informative ‘Be More Toddler’

69 MINJUN 1
Comments
Leadership Lessons from our Little Ones with Emma Turner

Being Your Teacher Self with Tom Rogers

Tom Rogers is an experienced teacher and middle leader, having worked at home and abroad as a history teacher, head of history and latterly assistant headteacher. Tom’s passion is in making schools better places for teachers to work in. This passion has inspired him to write more than 100 blogs for the TES and share with the profession through his own twitter account; @rogershistory. In 2015, Tom set up the teachmeet network “teachmeet icons” which now hosts free annual events for teachers across the

52 MINMAY 25
Comments
Being Your Teacher Self with Tom Rogers

Developing a Dynamic Learning Community with Dr Kulvarn Atwal

Dr Kulvarn Atwal is currently the Executive Headteacher of two large primary schools in London having spent his entire career teaching in East London schools. Dr Atwal specialises in teacher professional learning and his doctoral thesis highlighted the factors which impact upon teacher professional learning activities. He has applied his learning to enhance the learning experience for young people in his schools.

40 MINMAY 18
Comments
Developing a Dynamic Learning Community with Dr Kulvarn Atwal

Making Teaching Simple with Jo Facer

Jo Facer has worked in education since 2010. She is an English Teacher and has worked as a classroom teacher, head of department, assistant head and deputy head in five schools. She is currently the principal designate of Ark Soane Academy, a new school opening in Ealing in September 2020. Jo writes an excellent blog at readingallthebooks.com and has published a brilliant book ‘Simplicity Rules: How simplifying what we do in the classroom can benefit children”.

60 MINMAY 11
Comments
Making Teaching Simple with Jo Facer
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