26 July 2018
Schools can journey towards becoming centres of excellence only if teachers feel valued and respected by school management and peers.
Many teachers, especially in under-performing schools, work in a vacuum. They prepare their lessons alone, travel to school alone, teach alone, travel home alone and receive very little feedback on either their hours of preparation or enthusiastic in-class delivery.
Dani Lang who took over an under-performing school in London three years ago tackled this problem and his school is one of the better performing schools in the UK today.
This link will take you to an article which appeared in the Australian Teacher magazine. It is available as a podcast or PDF.
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