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NEW! Curriculum design part 1

Matt is interviewed by Pete Henshaw, editor of SecEd Magazine, about his book, School & College Curriculum Design, and shares steps 1, 2 and 3 of his curriculum design process: agree the vision, set the destination, and assess the starting points.

You can listen via the SecEd website, or download the podcast from your usual podcast service including iTunes and Spotify.

NEW! Curriculum design part 2

Matt is interviewed by Pete Henshaw, editor of SecEd Magazine, about his book, School & College Curriculum Design, and shares steps 4, 5 and 6 of his curriculum design process: identify the waypoints, define excellence, and diminish disadvantage. This podcast, like the first part, is available via your usual podcast service including iTunes and Spotify.

NEW! Matt interviews Phil Denton, Chloe Testa and Peter Radford about teacher workload

Matt talks to headteacher Phil Denton, head of English Chloe Testa, and education trainer Peter Radford about teacher workload. They discuss the impact burn-out can have on teachers’ wellbeing, as well as the consequences of low teacher retention and explore possible solutions. The conversation also touches upon the importance of school culture, explaining that often it’s the nature of the work teachers are asked to do that causes anxiety. Our guests argue that teachers should be afforded autonomy when it comes to planning and assessment. They discuss the impact Covid-19 has had on workload and what schools might learn about flexible working.

Matt interviews David Birch about ASCL’s Forgotten Third project

Matt interviews former headteacher David Birch about his work on the Forgotten Third project which was an independent Commission of Inquiry set up in October 2018 to look into how to improve the prospects of those students who do not achieve at least a grade 4 standard pass in GCSE English and maths at the end of 12 years of schooling. Young people who fall below this bar pay a high price in terms of reduced prospects in progression to further and higher education and to careers. The Commission focused specifically on how we can do better for these young people in respect of English, though many of its observations could also be applied to maths.

Matt interviews assistant headteacher Zoe Evans about skills development 

Matt is in the interviewer’s chair to ask assistant headteacher Zoe Evans about her work on developing literacy, numeracy and digital competency skills for pupils at a school in North Wales.


Latest vodcasts – videos

NEW! Matt Bromley on… curriculum intent

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… remote teaching

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… metacognition and self-regulation

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… creating the culture

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… behaviour management

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… the Pupil Premium

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… attendance management 

This is an introduction to an online course which is available with a subscription from elearning.creativeeducation.co.uk

NEW! Matt Bromley on… the 4-part teaching sequence [WATCH IN FULL FOR FREE]

Matt Bromley on… why teaching matters [WATCH IN FULL FOR FREE]

Matt Bromley on… outstanding teaching [WATCH IN FULL FOR FREE]

Matt Bromley on… the learning process [WATCH IN FULL FOR FREE]