45 min

ASCL Leadership Podcast November 2019 ASCL leadership podcast

    • Education

In this episode ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton talks to

1. Professor Alma Harris, University of Swansea, on Why we must keep PISA results in perspective

2. Ann Cole, Former Birmingham headteacher, on the effects of food poverty and the impact of food backs

3. Professor Rob Coe, Evidence-Based Education, on the perils and opportunities of lesson observation

4. Gayle Gorman, HM Chief Inspector, Scotland, on Scottish education system reforms and the nature of inspection

5. Matthew Syed, sportsman and journalist, on how diverse leadership teams make better decisions

6. Cherry Tingle, Principal and CEO, Energy Coast UTC, on the impact of her UTC in an area of high deprivation

7. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, Firefighter, on her life now, her background as a homeless person, and lessons to be learnt

8. Pat Sowa, former primary headteacher, now speaker and writer, on her mission to talk about mental health based on the experience of her son, Dom

In this episode ASCL General Secretary Geoff Barton talks to

1. Professor Alma Harris, University of Swansea, on Why we must keep PISA results in perspective

2. Ann Cole, Former Birmingham headteacher, on the effects of food poverty and the impact of food backs

3. Professor Rob Coe, Evidence-Based Education, on the perils and opportunities of lesson observation

4. Gayle Gorman, HM Chief Inspector, Scotland, on Scottish education system reforms and the nature of inspection

5. Matthew Syed, sportsman and journalist, on how diverse leadership teams make better decisions

6. Cherry Tingle, Principal and CEO, Energy Coast UTC, on the impact of her UTC in an area of high deprivation

7. Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, Firefighter, on her life now, her background as a homeless person, and lessons to be learnt

8. Pat Sowa, former primary headteacher, now speaker and writer, on her mission to talk about mental health based on the experience of her son, Dom

45 min

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