The limits of my language are the limits of my world ~ Ludwig Wittgenstein Click To Tweet
Season 2: 62: Kamil Trzebiatowski: Effective Strategies for Teaching EAL Learners
Episode Snapshot – Effective Strategies for Teaching EAL Learners
Kelly Long chats with Kamil Trzebiatowski who is a secondary EAL coordinator in Kingston-upon-Hull – with 16 years’ English language teaching experience in England, Scotland and Poland. Kamil makes numerous appearances at a range of TeachMeet events across the country (eg @TeachMeetLondon), helping build language / EAL teaching awareness in schools by advising mainstream teachers on distinct EAL pedagogy. Kamil’s blog, Valuing and Protecting Diversity, is dedicated to raising awareness of issues of racial and cultural diversity and content and language integrated learning.
Together Kelly and Kamil dive into how to develop and implement effective strategies for teaching EAL learners.
- The myths and assumptions teachers make about second language acquisition.
- The issues mainstream teachers face.
- Potential solutions for teaching EAL learners – in particular importance of CPD and knowledge about language (KAL) for teachers.
In the second interview of Season 2 of the Inspiration 4 Teachers Podcast Show Kelly and Kamil reveal how to develop and implement effective strategies for teaching EAL learners.
English Learners, Academic Literacy, and Thinking:
Learning in the Challenge Zone
English as a Second Language in the Mainstream:
Teaching, Learning and Identity
Supporting young learners who speak English as an Additional Language (EAL)
A teacher network disseminating talk-for-learning activities in all subject areas for all ages
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Do what the children in your school need! ~ Dave Smith Click To Tweet
Season 2: 61: Dave Smith: Effective and Sustained Leadership in Challenging Environments
Episode Snapshot – Effective and Sustained Leadership in Challenging Environments
Kelly Long chats with Dave Smith headteacher of a school in one of England’s most deprived boroughs. For Dave, a good school is an upside down one, one that starts with the people in it – where they are, where they come from, what they bring into the classroom, what they bring to each lesson. It is this formula that has helped Dave’s school be in the top 300 performing schools for the last five years running, that led to not one but two ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted inspections and to Dave’s recent appointment as a National Leader in Education.
Together Kelly and Dave dive into how to create Effective and Sustained Leadership using three core principals:
- How to address the challenges of investing in people
- How to support teaching and learning via co-coaching modelling programmes
- How to make school improvements using marginal gains theory
- Doing what is right for the children you serve
In the first interview of Season 2 of the Inspiration 4 Teachers Podcast Show Kelly and Dave reveal how to create Effective and Sustained Leadership in your school environment.
Developing the Leaders Around You
Leaders Eat Last
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“The easiest thing is to react. The second easiest is to respond. But the hardest thing is to initiate.” ~… Click To Tweet
59: Andrew and Pete: Part 5 Social Media Marketing Series for Schools and Teachpreneurs: Maximise the POWER of your Brand
Episode Snapshot – Maximise the POWER of your Brand
Kelly Long chats with Andrew and Pete from brand strategists andrewandpete.com about how to maximise the power of your brand.
Together they dive into how to create a remarkable, “stand out from the crowd”, brand that engages your community. Andrew and Pete discuss how to formulate your brand, the importance of brand management and their best ideas for engaging your whole community.
In the final episode of the Social Media Marketing for School and Teachpreneurs series, Kelly, Andrew and Pete reveal how to maximise the power of your brand.
Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable
Content Chemistry: An Illustrated Handbook for Content Marketing