Report Madness

This post on reports in Andrew Churches blog prompted some of my own reflection. I agree with many of Andrew’s sentiments, our current reporting process is neither timely, nor necessary. We place ourselves under so much pressure and spend so much time on something which has little impact on learning. Direct intervention is what is […]


I am not a big fan of John Hattie’s research and I do cringe when some people refer to his work as some sort of bible for teachers.  In my opinion what he has pulled together is based on an old paradigm of teaching and learning that is becoming less relevant in today’s world.  Worse […]