Monthly Archives: May 2016

Just Visiting

Two weeks in an independent school Things can move pretty quickly as an education consultant. One minute you find yourself in a rather wild suburban school, ducking the half-empty cans of Monster flying about your ears like petrol bombs at a … Continue reading

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Just Visiting – Life as an education Consultant

Two weeks in an independent school Things can move pretty quickly as an education consultant. One minute you find yourself in a rather wild suburban school, ducking the half-empty cans of Monster flying about your ears like petrol bombs at a … Continue reading

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A responsive collective accountability model for solving complex education problems

Schools are highly complex adaptive systems, (Garmston & Wellman, 2013). Being highly complex, there is rarely a simple solution to any problem that arises within a school; a structured responsive approach could be what is required. I propose, in today’s … Continue reading

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