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The idea behind creating a programme of podcasts is to provide something informative, accessible and grounded in evidence informed practice in teaching. Each one links in some way to current research and each guest has something valuable to offer. They are no more than 60 mins and each is accompanied with additional notes and resources hopefully making them easy to access. If you listen to them all you will notice they resonate with each other and key themes emerge.

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The idea behind creating a programme of podcasts is to provide something informative, accessible and grounded in evidence informed practice in teaching. Each one links in some way to current research and each guest has something valuable to offer. They are no more than 60 mins and each is accompanied with additional notes and resources hopefully making them easy to access. If you listen to them all you will notice they resonate with each other and key themes emerge.

    David Didau - The Learning Spy

    David Didau - The Learning Spy

    Dr Jim Rogers and David DidauIn this episode Jim speaks with David Didau. David is an English teacher, educational consultant, author, speaker and blogger, writing through his blog ‘The Learning Spy’.  David specialises in implementing findings from...

    • 47 min
    Headteacher and CEO Wellbeing : Ros McMullen and Andrew Morrish Headrest UK

    Headteacher and CEO Wellbeing : Ros McMullen and Andrew Morrish Headrest UK

    In this episode of Edcast Jim talks with Ros and Andrew of Headrest UK. Headrest UK is a ‘FREE daily wellbeing telephone support service for headteachers and CEOs. As experienced ex-heads ourselves, we understand how challenging it is right now. We...

    • 30 min
    Chartered College of Teaching : Professor Dame Alison Peacock DBE

    Chartered College of Teaching : Professor Dame Alison Peacock DBE

    In this episode Dr Jim and Dame Alison Peacock, CEO of the Chartered College of Teaching, talk about a range of topics from the importance of teacher learner relationships and tricky year 8 classes to exams to the role of Ofsted. The enormous respect...

    • 33 min
    The New Principal

    The New Principal

    In this second episode Jim talks with Lee Edmunds. Lee is a new principal, starting his role just a few months before the pandemic and school closures. Lee talks openly about the trials and tribulations of taking on a headship at this time and the...

    • 44 min
    Sport as a Metaphor for Life

    Sport as a Metaphor for Life

    In this first episode in the second series Jim talks with Simon Mundie. Simon is a broadcasting journalist whom you may know from hosting the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, his TV work at Wimbledon or his excellent ‘Don’t Tell Me the Score’ podcast on BBC...

    • 1 hr 4 min

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