Naylor's Natter in association with TDT

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An episode of Naylor's Natter in association with TDT

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"Naylor's natter...just talking to teachers"

Podcast where my guests and I muse over the latest developments in teaching and learning , evidence and research, CPD and leadership.

I speak to teachers, leaders and experts in their fields.

Now proudly in association with the Teacher Development Trust

Any views expressed by me are mine and not necessarily those of my employers!




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"Naylor's natter...just talking to teachers"

Podcast where my guests and I muse over the latest developments in teaching and learning , evidence and research, CPD and leadership.

I speak to teachers, leaders and experts in their fields.

Now proudly in association with the Teacher Development Trust

Any views expressed by me are mine and not necessarily those of my employers!




www.naylorsnatter.co.uk

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The Educated Guess with Warwick Sharp
This week I am in conversation with Warwick Sharp on his book 'The Educated Guess'  Warwick Sharp has a decade of experience in education policy. Before that, Warwick taught in a secondary school and had responsibility for careers provision. He has been both a school and college governor, and has visited nurseries, schools, colleges and universities up and down the country. Warwick studied economics at Cambridge and has a masters in public policy management. He lives in London with his wife Anna (whose intuitions are always better than his!) Warwick has always been fascinated by our intuition, and the fast and automatic judgements we all make. This book combines that with what Warwick considers to be the most important and transformational area of our lives: education. Warwick wrote this book because he sees it as an opportunity to explore and share some of the main biases in our thinking which come with being human, and how they apply to education. He hopes it is empowering and uplifting, directly useful for us all as we face big education choices, and a catalyst for further material in this important space. Podcast pedagogy- The Curriculum – Gallimaufry to coherence By Mary Myatt | Publisher John Catt Educational Ltd So how do we get from whatever Gallimaufry is to coherence? Mary Myatt is very clear on this, and leaders and teachers will find lots to get them started. Myatt’s writing is concise and each section is broken down into small chunks; this easy read brings a real clarity to our thinking as she takes us through the fundamentals of the curriculum, planning, assessment and feedback, and finally leadership. The last section is split into subject areas (abridged from School's week review by Melanie Hooson)   I will be looking into this book ahead of my natter with Mary later this month.  TDT section  David Weston kicks off the show again with the TDT section 
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December 6, 2019
#teacher5aday week and teacher wellbeing with Bukky Yusuf
This weeks natter is with Bukky Yusuf and is timed to coincide with the eve of #teacher5aday week starting 2nd December. Bukky Yusuf is a Secondary Science Teacher, Consultant and Qualified Coach. Bukky has worked in education for over two decades and teaches secondary sciences to A level. She has undertaken a number of leadership roles within mainstream and special schools, centring around professional development programmes, quality first teaching and learning and effective implementations of Educational Technology. As part of her commitment to increase diverse leadership within education, Bukky participates with a number of initiatives including WomenEd and BAMEed. She is a London Regional Leader for WomenEd and is registered as a leadership coach as part of a pilot programme run by the Department for Education. Bukky’s keenness for education and the impact that educators can make is reflected in the presentations that she delivers at local and national levels. Furthermore, Bukky supports the development of educators at all levels and promotes projects that help colleagues to maintain their well-being. Podcast Pedagogy This week I have been reading Martyn Reah's blogs on his experience of launching #teacher5aday and the upcoming week . In Martyn's words: Five years on from launching #teacher5aday at the SSAT National conference https://martynreah.wordpress.com/2014/12/06/teacher5aday/ instead of presenting at the teachmeet this time #teacher5aday has reached the main stage. A five day focus for leaders and teachers to develop a positive approach to well-being. A start of something which will hopefully become a regular event in school calendars across the country. The aim of the week is to celebrate the successes of the previous five years. To bring all of the best elements of #teacher5aday from social media and into as many staff rooms across the country as possible. To curate and create a festival of well-being and provide a one stop shop for busy teachers and leaders across the country to find resource which will have an impact on their well-being and that of their colleagues. Working with the amazing team behind National Careers Week #NCW2020 a website is under construction to host all the resources which will allow the well-being conversation to continue after the 6th of December. The week will be themed around the five aspects of #teacher5aday which was based on New Economic Foundations 5 ways to well-being https://neweconomics.org/2011/07/five-ways-well-new-applications-new-ways-thinking . Monday #CONNECT Tuesday #NOTICE Wednesday #LEARN  Thursday #EXERCISE Friday #VOLUNTEER Dr Sue Roffey has started the conversations for leaders and leadership teams to consider about getting invovled in the week. https://martynreah.wordpress.com/2019/10/05/national- Shameless plugs: SSA Teach Meet , BrewEd Ossy and the rED trilogy of Brum, Blackpool and Rugby all get a plug TDT Section  David Weston  kicks off the show  this week with the TDT section. 
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November 29, 2019
Inclusive practice with Jules Daulby
Jules Daulby is a literacy and inclusion expert, podcaster of The Inclusive Classroom and co-founder and national leader of #WomenEd, a grassroots organisation created to support existing and aspiring women leaders. She started out her teaching career as an English and Drama teacher and until December, 2018 was Director of Education for literacy charity, Driver Youth Trust.  Jules’ quest is to find a way to make classrooms inclusive and allow all children to thrive.  She has a particular fascination with  inclusive design of knowledge organisers, text books, worksheets and presentations.  All her work is grounded in expert knowledge and experience of literacy and SEND in particularly dyslexia and ADHD. Jules believes that all behaviour is communication and accountability pressures can sometimes create environments where students with SEND are not valued.  It is her ambition to persuade OFSTED to reward inclusion rather than exam results and push the DfE into making exams more accessible for young people who have speed of processing and memory difficulties.  Jules is a prolific blogger and tweeter and co-founder and national leader for the grassroots organisation, @WomenEd created to support existing and aspiring women leaders. https://julesdaulby.com/contact-me/jules-daulby/ We natter about: 1) Potted history of your career to this point - as much as you like .  What is values based education?    2) In one of your excellent blogs on your website , you state that literacy is freedom . What do you mean by this?  3) How do we make our classrooms more inclusive?   4) Is all behaviour communication? What do you say to people who disagree with this ? Do you use your excellent reasons you disagree bingo card?   How do we give send learners an equal shot at education    5) Should parents particularly in secondaries be seen as part of the solution (to whatever issues their child is having) not considered the problem. 6)Into pedagogy , do card sorts get a bad press?   7)in well-being , could you tell us about your blog  ‘the art of imperfection' and the crap-o-meter.   8)Tell is about your work with women Ed and your top 6 books by female educators . Podcast pedagogy This week I am reading 'Building Belonging' by Cathal Lynch TDT Section TDT Head of Education talks to Steve Poland about CPD in post 16 education
1:10:44
November 22, 2019
Wholesome Leadership with Tom Rees
Tom is the Executive Headteacher of Simon de Senlis Primary School and currently work across eleven primary schools as the Education Director of Northampton Primary Academy Trust.  Tom is a former Advanced Skills Teacher who has spent the last 17 years leading in schools across different contexts, counties and countries.  He has spent the last 10 years as a Headteacher in Northamptonshire. In between Headships, Tom experienced life in industry via an 18 month secondment in the EdTech industry working alongside schools, academies, local authorities and multi-national companies. Tom is  married  with three beautiful children, he  occasionally plays in a Beatles Tribute Band and is the Chairman of Ups ‘n’ Downs – a  charity supporting families affected by Down’s syndrome. I nattered to Tom about: Usual journey to point question- selected highlights from your career to date . As much or as little as you like . Wholesome leadership has been a game changing leadership text . You discuss in the intro whether the world needed another education book , what were the 4 reasons you decided the book was worth writing ? For those new to the book tell us about your H4 leadership model . Moving into section 2 and the first of the Hs , how self aware are we as leaders? Do we all have a particular style of leadership and what are the advantages of this and the potential pitfalls ?  In chapter 4 you outline 10 building blocks for great staff culture , could you share some of those with listeners and how do leaders build ethos and professional culture ?  Into the second H , you use sir David Carters 4 stage model of improving a school. Have you seen this model being used and how do leadership styles fit into it ? How do you establish a culture of accountability that doesn’t rely purely on the fear of OFSTED ?  Into the hands now , what responsibility do leaders have for sustained professional development , how do we strike the balance between the priorities of the school and the development of individual teachers ?  Use of external expertise also vital for example , the ambition ECF work , a vital strand to our CPD which also ties into school priorities whilst meeting the needs of the individuals.   Could you tell us about the leapfrog conversations model and it’s importance in people management?    Lastly into health , how can leaders create a healthy balance whilst still maintaining credibility in the staffroom ?  How do we guard against becoming a martyr ?   Is it like the aeroplane safety demonstration where you put on your mask first before helping your child ?   How do we move from superficial wellbeing gimmicks into clear systems and pathways ?  Where can we see you next ?   How can we find out more ? In podcast pedagogy I am looking at Daniel Sobel's Leading on Pastoral Care and listener Nikki Smith is talking about the influence of Jill Berry's work on her practice.  Shameless plugs South Shore Academy Teach Meet  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ssa-teachmeet-tickets-79868126717?aff=ebdssbdestsearch Brew Ed Ossy https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brewedossy-tickets-78805006897?aff=ebdssbdestsearch Don't forget #teacher5aday . I am continuing to #exercise via my daily cycle commute. 
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November 15, 2019
Curriculum-Athena versus the Machine with Martin Robinson
This week I am in conversation with Educationalist, Author, Writer,Consultant, Orator and Liberal Artist Mr Martin Robinson. Martin is a Teacher with 20 years experience working in state schools in London. Martin was an AST,Head of Department,Head of Faculty and an Assistant Headteacher. Martin is interested in developing teaching and learning building on the tradition of grammar, dialectic and rhetoric.  We are nattering this week about Martin's latest book which I consider to be an essential read namely 'Curriculum-Athena versus the Machine' . This book has fundamentally changed my view on the rationale for a knowledge rich curriculum, moulded my thinking on extra-curricular activities and engendered cognitive dissonance when I consider Martin's views on educating for freedom. The book explores the educational value of a curriculum rooted in the pursuit of wisdom and advocates the enshrinement of such a curriculum as the central concern of an academic institution. Martin argues that teachers need to be liberated from policy-led prescription in order to design curricula which brings subjects forward rather than the pursuit of outcomes. TDT Section This week we have a TDT excellence hub school , South Shore Academy launching a TeachMeet as a way to promote all the amazing work going on in Blackpool . They will have teachers from the school and experts from all over the area sharing their wisdom. Tickets are available here  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ssa-teachmeet-tickets-79868126717?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing Podcast Pedagogy  This week I am reading 'Talking to Strangers' by Malcolm Gladwell. This is a research based book which examines the varying ways we misinterpret or fail to communicate with each other. This is a real page turner and I recommend it to you all along with Gladwell's back catalogue and his revisionist History podcast . Shameless Plugs BrewEd Ossy https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brewedossy-tickets-78805006897?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&utm-source=strongmail&utm-term=listing Teacher5aday https://twitter.com/teacher5aday?lang=en Wholesome Leadership  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wholesome-Leadership-Health-School-Leaders/dp/1911382705 Martin Robinson  https://www.martinrobinson.net/
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November 8, 2019
VESPA mindset with Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin
This week I am joined by Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin and we are discussing their VESPA system looking at the importance of non-cognitive skills in educational success . This episode really helped me get back to the roots of what this podcast is all about, talking to teachers about evidence and research. Martin and Steve draw on 40 years of combined experience and a great knowledge of educational research. They pull together current thinking from psychology, business and sport to inspire, motivate and support students ensuring they achieve their full potential. Their VESPA model outlines 5 key components to success namely vision, effort, systems, practice and attitude.  This is a fascinating episode as both Martin and Steve speak with such authority and gravitas about their model. We discuss their book 'The A level mindset' , we like to cover all phases of education on Naylor's Natter. This episode will be particularly beneficial to those who teach A level but some of the strategies are universally applicable. https://www.vespamindset.com/the-mindset-books Teacher Development Trust section Michelle is in conversation with John Collier in Stoke discussing the impact of TDT's excellence hubs and the power of collaboration.  https://tdtrust.org/ Podcast Pedagogy Section This week I have been reading 'The Educated Guess" by Warwick Sharp.  https://www.theeducatedguess.org.uk/
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November 1, 2019
Pupil Premium with Marc Rowland
This week I am in conversation with Pupil Premium and vulnerable learners champion Marc Rowland. Marc is a Research School Director, an author and (he wouldn't admit this himself-he's way too modest) an expert on the use of the Pupil Premium. We discuss the history of PP, the enduring relationship between family income and school success. We look at how thinking on PP has shifted with the recent EEF guide and the new DfE guidance. Marc also confronts some popular myths and misconceptions and gives you some concrete advice to take and action in your schools.  The questions discussed are: Talk about ‘updated guide to pupil premium ‘  The measure of a successful education system whether at local or national level should be how its disadvantaged pupils perform - is this measure being used?  Are we making progress nationally on outcomes for disadvantaged pupils?    Do we in discourse obsess on the gap?    Imagine you are a listener who has just been appointed Pupil Premium lead , where should their journey of discovery start? What is your test and learn approach for new PP funding activities .   Myths to discuss :  Pupil premium funding must be spent on interventions   I must attend courses to improve my knowledge of PP . Most disadvantaged pupils are culturally illiterate and disinterested so we need to take them on an engaging visit to a theme park / farm /ballet?   Only eligible children can benefit from PP spending?All data is good data , in school attainment data by teacher is a good predictor of the gap?   What are you working on at the moment? Where can listeners find out more ? Useful links: :https://researchschool.org.uk/rosendale/news/beware-of-the-matthew-effect/ https://researchschool.org.uk/news/pupil-premium/ https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/evidence-summaries/pupil-premium-guide/ https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-effective-use-and-accountability Podcast Pedagogy  This week I am reading Curriculum- Athena versus the Machine. You may not agree with all of Martin's points but you will be stimulated by his arguments. This is a must read for all school leaders .  Martin will be a guest on an upcoming show. TDT Section  Maria is discussing CPD excellence hubs with Expert Adviser, Alex Beauchamp.  Get Involved! This podcast is entitled 'talking to teachers' so I really would like to hear how you have used guests work to influence your practice in your classrooms. Send me a 1 minute clip from your phone to p3nay91@gmail.com and you can feature next week!
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October 25, 2019
The work of the Chartered College with Dame Alison Peacock
This week on Naylor's natter , I am delighted to be joined by Dame Alison Peacock, the Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching . Professor Dame Alison Peacock was appointed in August 2016 and became the Chartered College’s Chief Executive on 1 January 2017. Prior to joining the Chartered College, she was Executive Headteacher of The Wroxham School in Hertfordshire. Her career to date has spanned primary, secondary and advisory roles. She is a member of the Royal Society Education Committee, a peer member of the Teaching Schools Council and a trustee of both the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors and of Teach First. In March 2015, Alison was appointed by the Department for Education as a member of the commission on assessment without levels and she is author of Assessment for Learning without Limits. In an in-depth and wide ranging interview we discuss: Could you tell listeners about your teaching career in which you taught in firstly secondary and then primary schools?    I first became aware of your work when you were headteacher of The Wroxham school in the early 2000s , could you describe the journey you led the school on?  Learning without limits was transformative for the school and the profession more widely , could you describe the ethos behind learning without limits and the effect it had?  As you know the podcast started life focussed on evidence and research . I am working in this area and I know this is an area in which you have been working in since the start of your career , could you tell listeners about how you have been involved in and used academic research? Your book from 2016 , assessment for learning without limits was also heavily based on 2 research studies . You advocated a quite different alternative pedagogy moving always from levels at that time ?  What were the main points put forward in this book?  As chief executive of the Chartered College , what is the colleges vision and  mission ?    The college has already had a huge impact on Re-professionalising teachers ,how have you gone about this ?  Impact magazine is a fantastic read and now without plastic , how do you go about selecting articles for the publication? For anyone who is not a member , how can they get involved ?   Where can listeners get in touch with you or the college ? In the Teacher Development Trust section: CEO David Weston is discussing the research around collegiality. Podcast Pedagogy  In this new  section with a working title of Podcast pedagogy I will be talking about the books I am reading at the moment and how I am incorporating their advice into my practice. This week I will discuss 'What Works- Research and evidence for successful teaching' by Lee Elliot Major and Steve Higgins. I will also be paying this book forward to one of our listeners so any listener who shares the promotional video replying with the #naylorsnatter will be entered.  We will also be hearing from listener David Alderson talking about how he has  incorporated dual coding  into their practice.  Shameless Plugs section My latest blog on Early Career teachers and instructional coaching will be out soon. If you would be interested in having Blackpool Research School or TDT  come in and talk to your school about research and evidence with CPD , please get in touch via the website www.naylorsnatter.co.uk
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October 18, 2019
Parents and Teachers for Excellence with Mark Lehain
This week on Naylor's natter I am Joined by Mark Lehain. Mark is the Director of Parents and Teachers for excellence whose mission is to ensure that every school child should have an excellent education and great prospects regardless of their background. Mark joined PTE in September 2017 as their first ever director , previous to this he was the founder and Headteacher of Bedford Free School . Mark underwent by his own admission a journey of enlightenment , having not particularly believed in the benefits of a knowledge rich curriculum when Bedford Free School was opened in 2012. Mark is in great demand as a speaker and regularly presents at rED events up and down the country and we are delighted that he will be in Blackpool again this year.  I ask Mark: Could you tell us about your journey to this point ?    As one of the first founders of a free schools what lessons did you take away?    Could you tell listeners about your Sophie test?    Would it be fair to say you had a Damascene conversion to a knowledge rich curriculum? What was the catalyst for this change?    Parents and teachers for excellence was founded in 2017, what was the founding vision for PTE?    I really enjoyed reading ‘the questions of behaviour’ available on your website . Could you tell listeners about your key findings and your ‘warm strict approach’   PTE are running some high profile projects , could you tell us more about phone free schools and why this is important ?   One of my favourite sections of your website and your presentations is what should schools teach ? Could you tell listeners about some of the well meaning initiatives that organisations insist should be taught in schools ?    Where can listeners find out more about your work and where will you be speaking next?  TDT segement Shameless Plugs I will be at Lead Learn Lancs tomorrow (Saturday) to talk about 'Escaping the hamster wheel, using research and evidence to change culture in schools. Another mention for rED Blackpool and our friends at rED Birmingham where I will also be speaking in March. My latest blog on Early Career teachers and instructional coaching will be out soon  In a new section with a working title of Podcast pedagogy I will be talking about the books I am reading at the moment and how I am incorporating their advice into my practice. in future weeks, I would welcome listeners sending in their reflections on how they have applied findings from books or guests featured here. There is a facility to record via the Anchor app or email via the website p3nay91@gmail.com. We also have a new pay it forward section where thanks to Jill Berry's advice , I gift guests books to a lucky listener! Next week- watch this space!
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October 11, 2019
Making the leadership leap with Dr Jill Berry
This week on Naylor's natter in association with the Teacher Development Trust I am in conversation with Dr Jill Berry.  Jill taught for 30 years carrying out seven different jobs in six different schools after beginning her teaching career as a secondary English specialist .  Since leaving headship in 2010, she has worked as an Associate for the National College for Teaching and Leadership, carried out a range of educational consultancy work and completed a part-time Doctorate in Education, researching the transition from deputy headship to headship. Jill has been involved in #WomenEd, a network designed to support aspiring and serving women leaders in education, since its inception in 2012. She has conducted academic research on the development of the initiative with Dr Kay Fuller from Nottingham University; spoken at several #WomenEd events, and contributed a chapter to the #WomenEd book: ‘10% Braver – Inspiring Women to Lead Education’ (Sage 2019).  Jill is an advocate for the opportunities presented by social media for networking and professional development, tweeting @jill berry102 and blogging jillberry102.blog I discuss with Jill: Could you tell listeners about your story? 30 years teaching, English specialist, 6 schools, masters, deputy headship and headship In difficult turbulent times in education and the world, why would anyone want to make the leap into leadership? Do good teachers automatically make good leaders? Should good leaders always be promoted out of the classroom? Should experience be a factor in any promotion or does enthusiasm count for more than knowledge? What are the key principles for anyone who is thinking of applying for leadership or headship? Having been appointed to a new position in a different school, what are the challenges of the period between appointment and formally taking up the role? People talk about the crucial first 100 days in a new job, what are the challenges of the early months in post? Once you become established in the new leadership position , how do you move beyond being the new leader? How important is the ECF in recognising the leadership role of mentors and coaches Her book, ‘Making the Leap: Moving from Deputy to Head’, was published by Crown House . TDT Section  In the TDT section , Maria and Ian talk about the transformational power of the CPD audit and the bespoke guidance given to schools . This work is something that I am fully involved in . Maria also talks about the TDT framework and the potential for enhancing subject specific CPD , she uses examples from very effective schools in this area.  In the shameless plugs section: I am delighted to have become a Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching , This is something that means a huge deal to me and I am so appreciative of the opportunity to highlight the work of the College. I feel passionately that as a classroom teacher , I have a voice to influence the future of our profession. Thank you also to TeacherTap for featuring my blog  'A Routine Matter' last week. I really enjoy writing and I must find time to write more, I really appreciate the recognition as I know how picky they are. Thanks also to Phil Brown for his input here. Lead Learn Lancs draws ever closer , 12th October . You can see me (if you want to) in session 1 talking about how we are using research and evidence to change culture in schools.  rED Blackpool has now tipped over the 600 ticket mark and we may have to start thinking about capping this so stay tuned! Dame Alison Peacock next week. 
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October 4, 2019
Doug Lemov on Teach Like a Champion and Reading Reconsidered.
This week I am Joined by teacher, author and all round education guru Doug Lemov. In this podcast we talk about the massive impact Teach Like  A Champion 2.0 has had on the teaching profession . Doug talks about Uncommon Schools and the art of teaching and its tools. He goes into detail about some of the techniques discussed in the books and how teachers have used them. We also talk about 'Reading Reconsidered' and it's influence on  national pedagogy and  the teaching of reading. We go into detail about the cultural capital of a literary canon, the importance of explicitly teaching vocabulary and the implementation of school wide reading programmes We also get an exclusive on the upcoming TLAC 3.0! Here are the discussion points in the podcast  Could you tell listeners about your own personal journey in education? Could you explain the concept of Uncommon Schools and the fieldwork you undertook in the production of both TLAC and Reading reconsidered? In the introduction to TLAC , you talk about the 'art of teaching and it's tools' what do you mean by that? How is this different or possibly complimentary to the evidence based teaching movement? TLAC 2.0 has been phenomenally successful in the UK, how would you advise schools to best use the book? I find the field guide an excellent accompaniment especially when working with new teachers . Reading has been a big focus for all the schools I work with in Blackpool. We have used your work extensively along with the expertise of Alex Quigley (Closing the Vocabulary Gap) to address this . Our literacy lead Becky Jones has introduced a literary canon across our school and we now have a fixed reading period daily with pupils working through this canon. Why do you think the canon has declined and how important is book choice? Having selected a canon, what approaches to reading do you advocate in part 2 of reading reconsidered ? The fundamentals How can we build vocabulary during reading? How important is implementation in developing reading systems and what are the key phases in this process? Shameless plugs My article for RSC 'Young and in charge'  https://eic.rsc.org/feature/young-and-in-charge/3010792.article My latest blog for Teacher Toolkit https://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/2019/09/22/trainee-teachers/ All previous interviews are available via my website www.naylorsnatter.co.uk Next week Dame Alison Peacock
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September 27, 2019
Responsive Teaching with Jonathan Clucas
This week I  am in conversation with inspirational Layton Primary School Headteacher Jonathan Clucas.  I am fortunate to work closely with Jonathan through our work with the Blackpool Research School. This podcast was prompted by Layton's inclusion in Ross Morrison McGill's 'Just Great Teaching' as a case study in responsive and dialogic teaching . We discuss how this inclusion came about, the consistently excellent outcomes for pupils at Layton and the positive culture of professional development at Layton. Discussion points Responsive Teaching Dialogic questioning Modelling The use of technology We also have our regular input from our friends and colleagues at the Teacher Development Trust , which will be at the start of the podcast this week to mix things up a little! Next week Doug Lemov on Reading Reconsidered and Teach Like a Champion
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September 20, 2019
Gender Equality and EdTech with Nicole Ponsford . TDT on Equality, Career development and fairness.
This week on the podcast, I am in conversation with Nicole Ponsford . Nicole describes herself as working in 'the corners of ed and tech' . She is a teacher, an EdDoctorate Researcher, CEO and founder of the Gender Equality Collective . She is also a TES columnist and the co-author of TechnoTeaching. We had a natter about: 1) You started teaching in early 2000's as I did. Tell listeners a little about your early career mentoring NQTs and improving literacy across school. 2) You were quickly awarded AST status, we hear lots of negatives about ASTs (I am an ex AST) but the issue of promotion out of the classroom rather than promotion within it never seems to have been solved. How did you find the work of an AST , what was the best thing about being an AST? 3) What was the biggest challenge about leading teaching and learning across a school? 4) Technology in schools can be a thorny issue. What advice would you give listeners about how best to use technology in schools? Could you tell listeners more about techno teachers ? 5) Could you tell listeners about your experience of maternity leave and your move into freelance? 6)Narrowing the disadvantage gap is the biggest issue arguably facing schools today (it certainly is in Blackpool) . How did you go about this in your role at Achievement for all? 7) Gender balance is an important issue in schools, homes and businesses, could you tell listeners about your work on the gender equality charter? 8) Where can we find out more about you? In the shameless plugs section: We discuss rED Blackpool and my upcoming article for RSC EiC magazine entitled 'Promotion is it worth it?' out on Monday. We also have our weekly input from our friends and colleagues at Teacher Development Trust  Following on seamlessly from the interview with Nicole, the CEO of TDT David Weston shares some research and solutions on equality, carer development and fairness .
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September 13, 2019
Unleashing Great Teaching with David Weston
This week I am in conversation with the Teacher Development Trust CEO David Weston. This conversation marks the start of the podcasts proud and new association with TDT . This will bring expertise from the team in weekly inputs and will further broaden the range of teachers that I am talking to. We discuss the following themes   1) You wanted to be a teacher from a young age, could you tell listeners about teaching your teddies their 4 times table?   2) What do you mean by professional learning?  3) What are the ingredients of professional learning  4) How do schools go about getting the culture of professional learning right?  5) What are the building blocks of a developmental culture?  6) Why should leaders prioritise and resource professional learning  7) How important are school leaders in setting the culture  8) To support and challenge schools, is it important to engage effectively with experts?  9) How do you select and commission experts?  10) I am very excited that Naylor's natter is now proudly in association with TDT , how do you see the future of this association?  11) TDT have some very exciting events and conferences coming up this academic year, could you tell listeners more about these ? We also have our first input from TDT. Maria Cunningham and Bethan Hindley discuss their experiences at the International Conference of World Association for Lesson Studies. They talk with Julie Jordan about Kyozaikenkyu Stay tuned to the very end! In the shameless plugs section at the end of the podcast , I remind listeners that I will be at rED National conference tomorrow so please come and say hello! 
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September 6, 2019
Powerful Knowledge with Professor Michael Young
In this conversation directly following  #rED Rugby , I ask Professor Young about: The themes of his presentation The idea of powerful knowledge and its influence on current educational policy Social mobility and social justice The re-professionalisation of teaching and the rise of subject associations and the Chartered College Enjoy your return to school colleagues ! 
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August 30, 2019
Stop talking about wellbeing with Kat Howard
This week I am in conversation with Kat about LitDrive , maternity CPD, WomenEd and Imposter syndrome . We talk in depth about her new book which is called 'Stop talking about wellbeing' and is available here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stop-Talking-About-Wellbeing-Howard/dp/1912906481/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3EJ8X6BM68K1L&keywords=stop+talking+about+wellbeing&qid=1565276920&s=gateway&sprefix=stop+talking+about%2Caps%2C131&sr=8-1 The podcast: First gentle intro - your journey to this point .  Listeners will be aware of your work with litdriveUK , could you tell us how you came up with this idea ? You are very passionate about CPD, and something that you have blogged about recently is maternity CPD . Could you tell listeners about how you maximised your maternity leave ?    A very popular presentation you delivered was at WomenED , could you tell listeners about imposter syndrome and it’s features ?  You have a new book coming out with John Catt , this is called stop talking about wellbeing . How did this come about and why is the time right for a book like this ?   How have you used your expertise in research to help teachers take ownership of their workload?   When is the book out , are you out talking about it and working with teachers ?    Where can we see you next ?  Can you direct listeners to your website /blog  etc .  
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August 23, 2019
NewEd ,TES articles and being a CPD and research lead with Emma Turner
I ask Emma about her exciting new project NewED , her writing for TES and her role as research and CPD lead . We also discuss the importance of the Chartered College and Bucks Fizz! Here are some of the topics for discussion: Usual intro -journey to this point question As research and CPD lead for your trust , how do you go about sourcing the best CPD out there and how do you structure your CPD offering as a trust ?  Could you tell listeners how you the idea of newED came about ?  I know NewED November is now sold out but could you tell listeners about your speakers and future events ?  There have been some exciting developments with this recently , are you able to give a naylor’s natter exclusive on the latest developments?  On the other end of the career spectrum , you’ve recently written about how a 70 year old teacher is your hero . What do you think are the factors meaning more experienced teachers are leaving the profession and what can we/should we do about this ?  I loved your article on should I stay or should I go and the saucepan analogy. Summer gives teachers lots of time to think about next steps and many will be thinking this is the year to go for that promotion...could you explain the saucepan analogy and how should you go about finding your lid ?  How important is online CPD ? There are some brilliant people out there , who should listeners be aware of . I love the carpool you did for example !  Where can listeners find out more about you and what you are doing next ? 
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August 16, 2019
Teaching for Mastery with Mark McCourt
This week I am discussing Mark's new book 'Teaching for Mastery' , which is now available as a kindle edition. This is a full and frank discussion (with some language to match) which takes in all aspects of the book and more besides including: Could you tell listeners about your career to this point and what you are working on at the moment? Your new books is called ‘teaching for mastery’ and you begin it by highlighting those that have influenced your thinking in this book. Who were these early players and what influence did they have on the mastery model for a schooling ? Follow up : Bloom has had a mixed reception recently but you highlight his work here , I also talked with Tom Guskey earlier this week , how influential has his work been ?  What are the core elements of a mastery model? What is the conveyer belt approach to curriculum and why is it so prevalent in England?  Is this model applicable outside of the teaching of mathematics?  Chapter 3 discusses learning from cognitive science , what are the key lessons we should take from that field?  Ben Gordon wanted to discuss mixed ability vs mixed attainment vs setting , so if listeners are thinking of changing what should they be aware of ?  In the chapter on implementation, you talk about embedding the mastery model for schools that want to change their current model . What advice would you have for leaders looking to begin this long and complex process?  What do you mean by a learning episode ?  How do you phase learning in a mastery approach ?  What conclusions did you draw from writing this book? Get the book here- now available on Kindle too! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Teaching-Mastery-Mark-McCourt/dp/191290618X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2LF3QS9LVAXNR&keywords=teaching+for+mastery&qid=1565100620&s=gateway&sprefix=teaching+%2Caps%2C144&sr=8-1
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August 9, 2019
Powerful Teaching with Patrice Bain
This week I am in conversation with Patrice Bain about her and Pooja Agarwal's new book Powerful Teaching in the second of my summer specials  About Patrice  Patrice M. Bain, Ed.S. is passionate about student success using research-based strategies. As a veteran K–12 teacher, Patrice recently completed more than 25 years teaching social studies at a middle school in Illinois. Patrice is the only teacher-author of the popular practice guide, Organizing Instruction and Study to Improve Student Learning commissioned by the Institute of Education Sciences. Patrice's teaching approaches have been featured on TV (PBS's NOVA), radio (NPR), popular press, and multiple books. Patrice frequently presents professional development workshops throughout the United States. She has taught education courses at the graduate level, and she was a finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year and a Fulbright Scholar in Russia. For more information about Patrice, visit patricebain.com and follow her on Twitter @patricebain1. The natter: Introduction: could you tell listeners about your career to this point , how you meet your co-author Pooja and how you decided to work together?  What is powerful teaching and how and why did you and Pooja come up with this idea ? Many Listeners will be familiar with the cognitive science behind the strategies suggested (my podcast is broadly evidence based) , what we are maybe less familiar with is how to incorporate these into our teaching , this is why I’m thrilled to speak with you .  Could you outline some suggestions on how to incorporate retrieval practice into lessons?  Spacing is something that teachers may be incorporating as part of their schemes of learning or long term plans . How do you suggest teachers use spacing ?  I am fascinated by metacognition and have delivered keynotes and courses on the topic , I still find it incredibly difficult to explain what it is and how to incorporate it into lessons . Your book has some fantastic suggestions , could you outline some of these for listeners ?    Interleaving is used by many students during revision for example . How do you suggest that teachers best use interleaving as a classroom strategy ?    Could you outline for listeners where you will be speaking next and where they can get your book?   Will you be coming to the UK ?  
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August 2, 2019
Evaluating Professional Development with Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D.
This weeks natter is with the distinguished Dr Thomas R Guskey. We discuss professional development and the importance of evaluating CPD. I ask Tom about his seminal piece of research: Does It Make a Difference? Evaluating Professional Development About Tom: Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D. is a Senior Research Scholar in the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Louisville and Professor Emeritus in the College of Education at the University of Kentucky. A graduate of the University of Chicago, he began his career in education as a middle school teacher, served as an administrator in the Chicago Public Schools, and was the first director of the Center for the Improvement of Teaching and Learning, a national research centre. Dr. Guskey is the author/editor of 25 award-winning books and more than 250 book chapters, articles, and professional papers on educational measurement, evaluation, assessment, grading, and professional learning. His articles have appeared in prominent research journals including the American Educational Research Journal, Educational Researcher, and Review of Educational Research, as well as practitioner publications such as Education Week, Educational Leadership, Phi Delta Kappan, and The Learning Professional, and School Administrator. He served on the Policy Research Team of the National Commission on Teaching & America’s Future, and on the task force to develop the National Standards for Professional Development.  Introductory questions What is your 5 level model for evaluating professional development and how did it come about? What do you hope people take away from your model? England specific questions Professional development has arguably never been more valued than it is currently. In 2016 the DfE produced standards for teachers professional development but stopped short of overtly suggesting evaluation . Why is evaluation so important in professional development and so often overlooked?  In 2018, the EEF released an implementation guide which looked at how to implement professional learning (and other initiatives) and was pitched at decision makers within schools. This seems to sit across levels 3-5 of your model. What do you see as the best ways to evaluate at level 3 . The EEF guide talks about fidelity data but what procedures would you use to evaluate at level 3?  In 2019, OFSTED have written into their grade descriptors for a school to be 'outstanding' that "leaders ensure that teachers receive focussed and highly effective professional development. Teachers subject, pedagogical and pedagogical content knowledge build and develop over time. This consistently translates into improvements in the teaching of the curriculum" Firstly , what are your views on this? Secondly do you see this as sitting at level 4 and what are your thoughts on using observations of lessons to evaluate professional learning? Does improving the teaching of the curriculum automatically improve outcomes for pupils? Episode produced and edited by William H Rushton (www.naylorsnatter.co.uk)
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July 25, 2019
Series 3 Episode 5 with Chris Wardle
In this week's natter we discuss plans Chris's plans for CPD next year to include: No formal observations No requirement for particular marking (regularity or pen colour) No data driven PM targets Embed a coaching culture  This natter puts some detail on these proposals, we discuss the implementation and intent behind these proposals. Check out my NEW website for all things 'Naylor's natter' www.naylorsnatter.co.uk
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July 16, 2019
Season 3 Episode 4- Kate Jones on her book 'Love to teach'
In this weeks podcast I have a natter with Kate about her book which i am a big fan of! The reason I like this book is that it combines the latest educational research with examples of exactly what this looks like in your classroom. The book is filled with research informed concepts and theories and is useful for all teachers. We discuss  Lesson starters and retrieval practice How can teachers best use technology? What is the best way to embrace literacy in your subject? How much responsibility do teachers have for their own CPD? If listeners would like to become patrons of the podcast and contribute the cost of a flat white to help the host, details can be found here: https://www.patreon.com/naylorsnatter Kate's website  www.lovetoteach87.com Twitter  @87History Instagram LovetoTeach87
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July 10, 2019
Season 3 Episode 3- Kathryn Morgan on CPD, the work of Thomas Guskey and evaluation.
In this weeks episode Kathryn and I natter about the importance of good CPD , developing a culture of professional learning and the work of Thomas Guskey. Guskey: Does It Make a Difference? Evaluating Professional Development https://pdo.ascd.org/LMSCourses/PD13OC010M/media/Leading_Prof_Learning_M6_Reading1.pdf
44:35
July 3, 2019
Season 3 Episode 2- IEE Director Jonathan Haslam on evidence from the frontline
Jonathan Haslam is the Director of the Institute for the Institute for Effective Education . We talk about engaging with evidence and empowering educators with evidence. We talk about the IEE 'Engaging with evidence'  guide , best evidence in brief and evidence from the frontline. We also go off down stretched analogies for Implementation and active ingredients , see what you think of them! Apologies for interference when a family member would not stop ringing, the real life of a teacher 
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June 25, 2019
Season 3 Episode 1 - EEF's Iggy Rhodes on Improving Behaviour in Schools
This week I am in conversation with EEF’s Iggy Rhodes abut the new EEF guidance report on 'Improving behaviour in schools' which she co-authored with Michelle Long. We talk about: EEF and the What works network The process of writing a report like this The 6 recommendations in detail and the balance of proactive and reactive strategies  We discuss the importance of consistency in improving behaviour  Download the report here  https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/tools/guidance-reports/improving-behaviour-in-schools/
39:46
June 18, 2019
Season 2 Episode 8 - with Ruth Walker
This week: Lead Practitioner, writer and rED presenter Ruth Walker  In this interview ahead of rED Rugby on Saturday 15th June, Ruth and I discuss the work of Professor Michael Young and the concept of  'Powerful Knowledge'. We also discuss curriculum development, Physics,Cognitive Science and implementation. About Ruth: Teaching Physics – Writing my own textbooks – War on the soft bigotry of low expectations – Team #cogscisci @Rosalindphys
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June 11, 2019
Season 2 Episode 7 with Oli Cav
In the week of the release of 'Dual coding for teachers' , we discuss the work of Paivio and Clark, Sweller and others. We talk about the recent popularity of cognitive science and how it has shone a light on dual coding . We natter about cog sci and graphic principles and how to ensure research can cater for both the busy teacher and the research hungry colleagues out there! We discuss how oliver has worked with 35 teachers, teacher developers, psychologists and information designers to share their dual coding practice. we also look at his collaborations with The Learning Scientists, Tom Sherrington and Stephen Tierney. A great episode (if I do say so myself) so like subscribe and share.  Thank you for listening About Oli Cav I used to be a headteacher of a special school, wrote several books on visual teaching strategies and was a trainer in schools and colleges for nearly a decade. After an inspired visit to the 2008 Berlin VizThink conference, I invented the HOW2s — visual step-by-step guides to teaching techniques. Now, I design and illustrate books, produce poster summaries of educational ideas, create visual branding, visualise CPD packages, and make the occasional presentation in the UK and Europe. oliver@olicav.com  |  @olicav The book:Dual coding with teachers  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dual-Coding-Teachers-Oliver-Caviglioli/dp/1912906252/ref=sr_1_1?crid=13PZRI630IG2W&keywords=dual+coding+for+teachers&qid=1559666319&s=gateway&sprefix=dual+coding%2Caps%2C136&sr=8-1 Research discussed https://www.csuchico.edu/~nschwartz/Clark%20&%20Paivio.pdf
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June 4, 2019
Season 2 Episode 6 with Mark Enser
In this weeks Natter I speak to Head of Geography, Research Lead and author Mark Enser. We discuss the following research paper and its application in schools: Retrieval-Based Learning: A Perspective for Enhancing Meaningful Learning http://memory.psych.purdue.edu/downloads/2012_Karpicke_Grimaldi_EDPR.pdf Jeffrey D. Karpicke & Phillip J. Grimaldi Abstract: Learning is often identified with the acquisition, encoding, or construction of new knowledge, while retrieval is often considered only a means of assessing knowledge, not a process that contributes to learning. Here, we make the case that retrieval is the key process for understanding and for promoting learning. We provide an overview of recent research showing that active retrieval enhances learning, and we highlight ways researchers have sought to extend research on active retrieval to meaningful learning—the learning of complex educational materials as assessed on measures of inference making and knowledge application. However, many students lack metacognitive awareness of the benefits of practicing active retrieval. We describe two approaches to addressing this problem: class- room quizzing and a computer-based learning program that guides students to practice retrieval. Retrieval processes must be considered in any analysis of learning, and incorpo- rating retrieval into educational activities represents a powerful way to enhance learning As usual we discuss  Why this is an important paper and hw its findings can inform teachers practice in their classrooms About Mark: I have been teaching for 14 years in a range of schools. I started in an inner city all girls school in Southampton before moving to an all boys CofE school in Worthing; this was less of a culture shock than I was expecting. I am currently a head of department at a wonderful 11-18 mixed comprehensive in rural Sussex. When I am not teaching or planning I am probably out walking or running in the hills. I regularly contribute articles to TES and you can find my author’s page here. My first book – Making Every Geography Lesson Countis out now and I am currently writing my second, Teach Like Nobody’s Watching. Mark's books: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Making-Every-Geography-Lesson-Count/dp/1785833391/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=mark+enser&qid=1559065742&s=gateway&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Teach-Like-Nobodys-Watching-essential/dp/1785833995/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=mark+enser&qid=1559065742&s=gateway&sr=8-2 Coming soon: Ruth Walker https://twitter.com/Rosalindphys Oliver Caviglioli https://twitter.com/olicav Jonathan Haslam https://twitter.com/Jonathan_Haslam and Professor Michael Young 
39:35
May 29, 2019
Season 2 Episode 6 with Mark Enser
In this weeks Naylor's Natter I speak to Head of Geography, Research Lead and author Mark Enser. We discuss the following research paper and its application in schools: Retrieval-Based Learning: A Perspective for Enhancing Meaningful Learning http://memory.psych.purdue.edu/downloads/2012_Karpicke_Grimaldi_EDPR.pdf Jeffrey D. Karpicke & Phillip J. Grimaldi Abstract:  Learning is often identified with the acquisition, encoding, or construction of new knowledge, while retrieval is often considered only a means of assessing knowledge, not a process that contributes to learning. Here, we make the case that retrieval is the key process for understanding and for promoting learning. We provide an overview of recent research showing that active retrieval enhances learning, and we highlight ways researchers have sought to extend research on active retrieval to meaningful learning—the learning of complex educational materials as assessed on measures of inference making and knowledge application. However, many students lack metacognitive awareness of the benefits of practicing active retrieval. We describe two approaches to addressing this problem: class- room quizzing and a computer-based learning program that guides students to practice retrieval. Retrieval processes must be considered in any analysis of learning, and incorpo- rating retrieval into educational activities represents a powerful way to enhance learning As usual we discuss  Why this is an important paper and hw its findings can inform teachers practice in their classrooms About Mark: I have been teaching for 14 years in a range of schools. I started in an inner city all girls school in Southampton before moving to an all boys CofE school in Worthing; this was less of a culture shock than I was expecting. I am currently a head of department at a wonderful 11-18 mixed comprehensive in rural Sussex. When I am not teaching or planning I am probably out walking or running in the hills. I regularly contribute articles to TES and you can find my author’s page here. My first book – Making Every Geography Lesson Count is out now and I am currently writing my second, Teach Like Nobody’s Watching. Mark's books: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Making-Every-Geography-Lesson-Count/dp/1785833391/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=mark+enser&qid=1559065742&s=gateway&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Teach-Like-Nobodys-Watching-essential/dp/1785833995/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=mark+enser&qid=1559065742&s=gateway&sr=8-2 Coming soon: Ruth Walker  https://twitter.com/Rosalindphys Oliver Caviglioli https://twitter.com/olicav Jonathan Haslam https://twitter.com/Jonathan_Haslam and Professor Michael Young 
39:36
May 28, 2019
Season 2- Episode 5 with Tom Sherrington @teacherhead on Rosenshine's Principles in action.
In this podcast Tom and I discuss Barak Rosenshine's Principles of instruction and his new book: Rosenshine's principles in action https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rosenshines-Principles-Action-Tom-Sherrington/dp/1912906201/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2N3XDPVU0G9RL&keywords=tom+sherrington&qid=1558382763&s=gateway&sprefix=tom+sherring%2Caps%2C135&sr=8-1 In this book and podcast Tom amplifies and augments the principles and further demonstrates how they can be put into practice in everyday classrooms.The second half of the book contains Rosenshine's original paper 'Principles of instruction' as published in 2010 by the IAE. We discuss: 1) So why are Barak Rosenshine’s ‘principles of instruction’ so good? 2) The reason I started this podcast is to make research accessible for teachers through sharing the experiences of teachers engagement. To what extent does Rosenshine bridge the research-practice divide? Taking the ideas of the page and into action  3) How well do you feel that principles of instruction are supported by the learning models from cognitive science? 4) What role does a knowledge rich curriculum play in the implementation of Rosenshine’s principles? 5) Strand 1 looks at sequencing concepts and modelling. What relevant instructional procedures could teachers use here? 6) What repertoire of questioning strategies have you found useful for teachers? (Maybe some discussion of link to TLAC and Lemov) 7) How can teachers go about making daily, weekly and monthly review part of an effective and sustainable routine? 8) In conclusion, I know of many schools that have bought the book for all staff , how can schools use your book to support the process of professional development? Coming soon-Tom Curriculum thinking-Three masterclasses with John Tomsett and Mary Myatt https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/curriculum-thinking-three-masterclasses-manchester-tickets-58434928444?aff=ebdssbdestsearch Coming soon: Phil  EEF behaviour guidance report in Lancashire https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improving-behaviour-in-schools-east-lancashire-teaching-school-alliance-tickets-61793630412?aff=ebdssbdestsearch rED Rugby- Escaping the Hamster Wheel- using research and CPD to change culture in schools  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/researched-rugby-2019-tickets-58503529632
37:44
May 20, 2019
Season 2 Episode 4 - Professor Daniel Muijs
In this episode Simon Cox and I talk to Professor Muijs about the new Education Inspection Framework 2019 . We ask him about his development of the research commentary underpinning the new framework and what research is important for teachers. We discuss the importance of CPD and the role of grassroots research movements like rED. Education inspection framework 2019 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/education-inspection-framework Research Commentary  https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/education-inspection-framework-overview-of-research EEF behaviour launch- ELTSA https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/improving-behaviour-in-schools-east-lancashire-teaching-school-alliance-tickets-61793630412?aff=ebdssbdestsearch rED Rugby https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/researched-rugby-2019-tickets-58503529632
33:03
May 16, 2019
Season 2 Episode 4 with Louise Lewis
In this episode, I ask Louise about her fantastic blog 'Research Leads-what's all the fuss about?' . We talk evidence, research and becoming critical consumers.  Louise is: Research Lead, biologist, AHoD, MCCT, AQA examiner and avid tea enthusiast.  Louise blog: https://missunderstandingeducation.school.blog Next week- Professor Daniel Muijs 
23:33
May 9, 2019
Season 2 Episode 3A- Pritesh Raichura
Pritesh discussed this on the podcast: Link to paper: http://www.cogtech.usc.edu/publications/kirschner_Sweller_Clark.pdf Link to blog: https://bunsenblue.wordpress.com Twitter: @Mr_Raichura Michaela Community School Science Teacher: https://mcsbrent.co.uk/science-teacher/ Arrange a visit: https://mcsbrent.co.uk/visit-us/ Coming up: Speaking on metacognition  https://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/evidence-informed-teaching/ Speaking on effective professional development  https://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/teaching-professional-development/ Using digital technologies -EEF guidance report  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/using-digital-technology-to-improve-learning-tickets-59518422203?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
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May 3, 2019
Season 2 Episode 3- Pritesh Raichura
Pritesh discussed this on the podcast: Link to paper: http://www.cogtech.usc.edu/publications/kirschner_Sweller_Clark.pdf Link to blog: https://bunsenblue.wordpress.com Twitter: @Mr_Raichura Michaela Community School Science Teacher: https://mcsbrent.co.uk/science-teacher/ Arrange a visit: https://mcsbrent.co.uk/visit-us/ Coming up: Speaking on metacognition  https://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/evidence-informed-teaching/ Speaking on effective professional development  https://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/teaching-professional-development/ Using digital technologies -EEF guidance report  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/using-digital-technology-to-improve-learning-tickets-59518422203?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
29:10
May 3, 2019
Season 2 Episode 2- Liam Webb
Season 2 of this fast-growing podcast where I discuss with teachers their use of academic research in their lessons.  Liam discusses  his use of Research including this paper: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1937-8327.1993.tb00572.x From Whole‐Part‐Whole Learning Model Richard A. Swanson  Bryan D. Law Liam also talks about his online presence and PE resource sharing via: https://twitter.com/MrWebb_PE and his work on webinars via https://twitter.com/ShareLearnT I also discuss: Inside Gov conference 9/5/19 London- speaking on behalf of Blackpool Research School https://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/evidence-informed-teaching/ Inside Gov conference 14/5/19 Manchester- speaking on behalf of TDT https://www.insidegovernment.co.uk/teaching-professional-development/ ResearchED Rugby - 'Escaping the hamster wheel of accountability-using research to change culture in schools'  15/6/19 https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/researched-rugby-2019-tickets-58503529632?aff=ebdshpsearchautocomplete More about me: twitter https://twitter.com/pna1977 facebook https://www.facebook.com/naylorsnatter Linkedin  www.linkedin.com/in/phil-naylor-069609174
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April 25, 2019
Season 2 Episode 1 with Amy Forrester
Amy on twitter https://twitter.com/amymayforrester Amy's blog https://defyingstarsteaching.wordpress.com rED Rugby  https://researched.org.uk/event/researched-rugby-2019/ rED Blackpool takeaways http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/blog/conference-takeaways-researched-blackpool-2019/ My latest article: https://www.teachertoolkit.co.uk/2019/04/09/early-career-framework/
25:15
April 11, 2019
Episode 6- Bethan Hindley
In the episode, Bethan and I discuss her use of evidence and research in her teaching career . We discuss her new role with TDT and how listening to podcasts provided her with access to some research and evidence . Audio warning-its loud! My bad....... Here is a link  to the podcasts discussed  https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/mr-barton-maths-podcast/id1067435342?mt=2 TDT website  https://tdtrust.org
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March 8, 2019
Episode 5 with Ben Gordon
Links to: Principles of Instruction paper - http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/Educational_Practices/EdPractices_21.pdf Principles of Instruction summary from American Federation of Teachers - https://www.aft.org/sites/default/files/periodicals/Rosenshine.pdf Tom Sherrington's "Rosenshine Re-ordered" blog - https://teacherhead.com/2018/10/19/rosenshine-re-ordered-a-poster-by-olicav/ My fiive Meanings of direct instruction poster in collaboration with Oli Caviglioli - https://www.olicav.com/nacht/ My blog: www.teachinnovatereflectblog.wordpress.com Alphabetical Signposts to Teacher Excellence blog: https://teachinnovatereflectblog.wordpress.com/2018/02/15/alphabetical-signposts-to-teacher-excellence-contents-page/
24:30
February 25, 2019
Episode 4- Jess Walmsley
Episode 4 discussing  "Why minimal guidance during instruction does not work" ttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1207/s15326985ep4102 with  https://twitter.com/mrsjw93
17:24
February 8, 2019
Bumper Episode 3- Dr Gary Jones
In this episode Dr Gary Jones natters with me about this article in the TES https://england.magazine.tes.com/editions/edition_edition_edition_5332.england/data/387761/index.html in which I propose a version of Disciplined Inquiry as part of teachers appraisal. Gary references the following articles: 1)Judgment and the Preparation of Educational Leaders Daniel L. Duke1 2)The Challenges of Practitioner Research: A Comparative Study of Singapore and NSW Neville Ellis UNSW, neville.ellis@unsw.edu.au Tony Loughland UNSW, tony.loughland@unsw.edu.au 3) https://www.ero.govt.nz/publications/teaching-as-inquiry-responding-to-learners/findings/ Gary's blog  http://evidencebasededucationalleadership.blogspot.com Gary on twitter  https://twitter.com/DrGaryJones?lang=en-gb Gary book  https://www.amazon.co.uk/Evidence-based-School-Leadership-Management-practical/dp/1526411687/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1548799116&sr=1-1&keywords=gary+Jones I have drawn on these blogs in the formation of my TES article and this podcast Disciplined inquiry  Huntington Research School https://researchschool.org.uk/huntington/blog/developing-disciplined-inquiry John Tomsett https://johntomsett.com/2017/06/17/3511/ Durrington Research School  https://researchschool.org.uk/durrington/blog/developing-a-disciplined-inquiry-approach
53:38
January 29, 2019
Episode 2- Interview with TDT's John Collier
In this episode, I am talking to John about his work with his teaching school, his work with the Teacher Development Trust and his use of research and evidence . We also discuss his forthcoming presentation at rED Blackpool. Here is a link to the guidance report discussed:  https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/tools/guidance-reports/making-best-use-of-teaching-assistants John on twitter: https://twitter.com/FriendsUnitedUK Teacher Development Trust  https://tdtrust.org Me on twitter  https://twitter.com/pna1977
22:03
January 24, 2019
Episode 1 -Interview with Blackpool Research School Director Simon Cox
The first 'proper' episode in which I ask Simon about the impact research and evidence have had on him as both a teacher and the Director of Blackpool Research School . We also talk about the upcoming ResearchED event in Blackpool and Simon's role in pulling that together.
23:23
January 17, 2019
Taster episode 2- formulating interview questions
In this second taster, I will be looking at the questions I have drafted to ask our teachers . They focus primarily on the effect research has had on their practice, their professional development and their pupils. I am also inviting suggestions for unique questions to make Naylor's natter distinctive so please do share thoughts @pna1977  Interviews next week .....promise!
07:34
January 11, 2019
Naylor's natter-what's coming up in episode 1
A new podcast where teachers are asked about the influence research and evidence has had on their practice. Leaders in schools also discuss the importance of professional learning and how they provide high quality environments for their teachers and pupils. In this taster episode, I outline future guests which include presenters at the upcoming Blackpool ResearchEd conference. Next week I will be interviewing the organiser of the above conference, have a listen!
02:42
January 4, 2019
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