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Welcome to Thinking Deeply about Primary Education, the podcast that gives you a peek inside the minds of some truly inspirational primary teachers. Whether you're new to the profession or a school leader with tons of experience this podcast is a must listen. For references, links and extended cut video episodes head over to www.thinkingdeeply.info
 
"My Dog Digs Dirt" is a fun, upbeat, educational show all about pets and animals and the humans who love them! Lauren interviews guests from across the globe about everything and anything that animal lovers need to know! It's all about having fun, and feeling good about our love of pets! Lauren's Co-Host for "My Dog Digs Dirt: is her great big 132 pound Bouvier Des Flandres "Enoki" who many people think is a black bear cub!!!! "Enoki" is a fashion model when she wants to be, a good will amba ...
 
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Episode 48: In this week's episode I'm joined by Neil Almond and Tom Oakley as we sit down to explore pre-diagnostic assessments and how to get the very most of them in the classroom. Whether you're new to the profession, an experienced school leader or somewhere in between, there is something here for everyone. This could possibly be the most impo…
 
Episode 47: In this week's episode I'm joined by Christopher Such, Neil Almond and Elliot Morgan as we sit down to explore writing stimuli and how to create the perfect conditions for high quality writing. Whether you're new to the profession, an experienced school leader or somewhere in between, there is something for everyone responsible for teac…
 
This week I’m joined by Christopher Such and Gareth Metcalfe as we explore the utilisation of manipulatives at the end of the primary phase. As well as 6 ways to improve our utilisation of manipulatives, we'll consider when to utilise them, when to avoid, and much, much more.To continue the conversation join us over at the TDaPE Family Discord: htt…
 
Episode 45: This week I'm joined by Christopher Such and Lloyd Williams-Jones as we explore talk in the primary classroom. As well as 8 ways to get the most from classroom talk, we'll consider what we mean by talk, when to utilise it, when to avoid, and much, much more. To continue the conversation join us over at the TDaPE Family Discord: https://…
 
Episode 44: This week I'm joined by Christopher Such, as we venture into the important but murky world of collaborative planning. As well as 5 ways to get the most from our collaborative planning sessions, we'll consider all the usual pros, cons and crucial talking points worthy of consideration. To continue the conversation join us over at the TDa…
 
Episode 43: This week I'm joined once again by the wonderful Christopher Such and Neil Almond as we tackle spelling for the first time on TDaPE. As well as 7 ways to improve your teaching of spelling, we'll consider how much time to dedicate to spelling, pitfalls to avoid and much more. To continue the conversation join us over at the TDaPE Family …
 
In the wake of a wonderful third season of TDaPE, I'm joined by Neil Almond and Christopher Such as we try to solve a problem like planning. How could/should we plan, what pitfalls should we try to avoid and is it possible to teach from someone else's planning? We try to answer these questions and more. Join us for another episode you simply won't …
 
This week, in the Finale of Season Three, I'm joined by Californian mathematics teacher Berkeley Everett and Newcastle Upon Tyne's own Steph Elliot as we take a look at mathematics education in England, the United States of America and beyond. Hitting all the usual big mathematics themes and exploring the similarities and differences between educat…
 
In this week's episode I'm joined by Jon Hutchinson as we sit down to talk all things curriculum. In another instant classic, Jon talks about the knowledge-rich debate, his curriculum guiding principles, how to get the most from the early career framework and much, much more. For those of you interested in Annelise Dixon's 100km for the Black Dog I…
 
In this week's episode I'm joined by Matt Swain as we sit down to discuss all things mastery. We explore what mastery is, if it is a realistic ambition at the primary phase, how Matt's schools implement a mastery model of schooling and much, much more. Join us for another episode full of wall to wall gold and big takeaways of use to school teachers…
 
This week's episode sees the return of Lloyd Williams-Jones, my guest in the very first episode of TDaPE, almost a year on from the first time we sat down to chat about primary education. Lloyd gives us an update on how his first year as a Deputy Head has gone, how his school have begun to implement WalkThrus and how he tries to develop the teacher…
 
This week I'm delighted to welcome Tom Brassington onto the podcast for a classic episode featuring his approach to teaching, a research thunderbolt, the one paper every primary teacher just has to read and much, much more. With analogies to rival the inimitable Christopher Such, and tons of experience rammed into every corner of the episode, you'r…
 
Welcome to Thinking Deeply about Primary Education, the podcast that gives you a peek inside the minds of some truly inspirational teachers. In this episode I am joined by the inimitable Gareth Rein, @garein, as we discuss all things primary education. Whether you are new to the profession or looking for ways to support your colleagues, you won't w…
 
Welcome to Thinking Deeply about Primary Education, the podcast that gives you a peek inside the minds of some truly inspirational teachers. In this episode, the Season Three Premiere, I am joined by the one and only Andrew Jeffrey, @AJMagicMessage, as we discuss all things primary mathematics. Whether you are new to the profession or looking for w…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Chris Such and Neil Almond as we try to solve a problem like struggling mathematicians. We discuss common/critical knowledge gaps, reasons why pupils might struggle, when intervention might be necessary and what interventions might be employed. The first of many episodes dedicated to this theme and another not to be mi…
 
In this week's episode I'm joined by Christopher Such and Neil Almond as we try to solve a problem like reading fluency. We discuss, amongst other things, what reading fluency is, why pupils might struggle to develop reading fluency and how we can support all pupils in becoming fluent readers. The third instalment in the Christopher Such Reading Tr…
 
This week I'm joined by Chris Such, Shannen Doherty, Neil Almond and Elliot Morgan as we try to solve a problem like career development. What career ambitions do my guests have, when is the right time to progress and what have their recent interview experiences been like? We try to answer all of these questions and more. Another episode you won't w…
 
This week I'm joined by Chris Such and Amy Bills as we try to solve a problem like Education Book Clubs. Discussing the what, the how, the when and the why of Education Book Clubs, we also find out about the books that have made Amy think deeply about her practice. If you're interesting in professional learning or reading for professional developme…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Chris Such, Lloyd Williams-Jones and Neil Almond as we try to solve a problem like Confidence Weighted Multiple Choice Questions. We hash out what they are, why they are useful, possible limitations and how to get the most from them in the classroom. If you're looking for a powerful addition to your teacher repertoire,…
 
In this week's episode I'm joined by Chris Such and Neil Almond as we try to solve a problem like differentiation. What is differentiation? Why can it be so problematic? Should we differentiate? We try to answer each of these questions and much more. For teachers of all phases and levels of experience, this episode is not to be missed.…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Christopher Such as we delve deep into the fascinating and often controversial world of Reading Comprehension. We consider, amongst other things, the importance of reading comprehension, the challenges faced by teachers and ways we might develop a high quality approach to the development of reading comprehension, poten…
 
This week, I'm joined by Christopher Such, Neil Almond and Lloyd Williams-Jones as we try and tackle the behemoth that is....Feedback. During this chat we discuss what feedback is, what good practice might look like, which practices we might wish to avoid and much, much more. A fascinating chat from start to finish, this one is not to be missed.…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Christopher Such as we delve deep into the fascinating realm of number lines. We consider, amongst other things, the special place the number line has in the world of mathematics, when and where they should feature in a well sequenced curriculum, how we can get the most from number lines and resources which help us uti…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Christopher Such as we delve deep into the fascinating world of Primary Science. We consider, amongst other things, what we believe to be the aim of science at our phase of education, the challenges faced by teachers and ways we might develop a high quality approach to the teaching of the subject. Show notes can be fou…
 
Gareth Metcalfe, titan of mathematics education and author of the immensely popular ISeeReasoning and ISeeProblemSolving resources, joins us for the TDaPE Season Two Finale. In a bumper episode, we talk all things teaching and learning, mathematics education, school leadership, task design, what the future holds for fans of Gareth's work and much, …
 
In this episode, I'm joined by regular guest Christopher Such as we discuss all things reading. Why is reading so important, what does good practice look like and where do we go if we want to refine our craft? Chris shares his expertise, answering all of these questions and more, in another not to be missed episode of TDaPE. Full video episodes wit…
 
Adam Smith and Kieran Mackle in the same podcast! What is this? A crossover episode? Adam Smith, host of the hugely popular Powerful Curriculum Podcast, joins me this week to discuss all things Religious Education at primary. We chat about his move from Secondary to Primary, what makes a powerful RE curriculum as well as all the usual tips and advi…
 
This week, I'm once again joined by Victoria Morris and Neil Almond as they very generously share their considerable expertise in the field of primary history. We discuss all things curriculum including content, sequencing, features of high quality practice, pitfalls to avoid and where to go when in search of knowledge and pedagogical inspiration. …
 
In this week's episode, I'm joined by Victoria Morris and Neil Almond as they share their considerable expertise of primary geography. We discuss all things curriculum including content, sequencing, features of high quality practice, pitfalls to avoid and where to go when in search of knowledge and pedagogical inspiration. The first of two episodes…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Andrew Keegan as we discuss all things music education. Why is music education important, how can we find the time, what does good practice look like and where do we go if we want to refine our craft? Andrew shares his expertise, answering all of these questions and more, in another not to be missed episode of TDaPE. …
 
In this episode, Matt Swain and Tom Garry join me to talk about all things teacher development, how the beginning teacher landscape is changing in England and what signs of promise they look for in the early career teachers they work with. Show notes can be found a www.thinkingdeeply.info Tom is the author of Mastery in Primary Mathematics: A guide…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Christopher Such and Shannen Doherty as we begin the first of many trips into the wonderful world of mathematics subject leadership. We consider, amongst other things, how to know when you're ready to become mathematics subject leader, what to do when we first take on the role, how to support teachers in their mathemat…
 
In this episode I'm joined once again by Christopher Such as we try to put a dent in the surface of the gargantuan topic that is teacher workload. In what will no doubt be the first of many episodes with this theme, Chris and I spend some time considering what workload is, why extraneous workload is an issue and some of the ways in which we can all…
 
In this episode I'm joined by Christopher Such and Neil Almond as we continue our exploration of high quality mathematics curricula, including our thoughts on how schools can accommodate for the little and often necessary to make our intentions a reality while providing our pupils with a meaningful and coherent journey through primary mathematics. …
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Christopher Such as we sit down to hash out what we mean by curriculum, how we'd approach their selection or, heaven forbid, design and what we should be aiming to provide less experienced teachers with as part of our efforts to ensure our pupils receive the quality of mathematics education we hope they all will.…
 
In this episode, I'm once again joined by Christopher Such, as we sit down to discuss the type of support early career teachers deserve and the ways in which we can provide them with an environment in which they can thrive.
 
Guests from Season One return for an education themed quiz. Eager to know what Shannen would do if she were Education Minister, what Lloyd would take from the National Curriculum and what Neil would add? Then this episode holds all the answers you seek. Some light edu-based fun to say a massive thank you to all of my wonderful guests from the first…
 
Shannen Doherty, Year 2 teacher and senior leader, joins us to talk all things teaching and learning, mathematics education, school leadership and provides us with an early peek behind the scenes of her book "100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Maths" which will hit the shelves in May 2021. This is the last interview in Season One and a cracker from st…
 
Jack Harker, a Year 4 teacher and archaeologist from Kent, discusses teaching and learning, his approach to providing a broad and balanced curriculum, as well as how he engages with education research despite a full-time teaching commitment. Jack is one of the best teachers I've ever had the pleasure of working with and you do not want to miss this…
 
Christopher Such, a teacher and school leader in Peterborough, shares his experience of teaching and school leadership, provides us with an exclusive announcement of particular interest to teachers of reading, as well as sharing his advice for teachers wishing to engage meaningfully with their professional development.…
 
Neil Almond, a teacher and curriculum expert in London, shares his experience of teaching in and around the nation's capital. We discuss his acclaimed chapter in the ResearchEd guide to curriculum and what he sees as the essential behaviours of school leaders wishing to develop a high quality curriculum.…
 
Your vet questions answered! On this episode of My Dog Digs Dirt veterinarian Dr. Melissa Shapiro answers your questions about your pets health... and talks about her at-home health care practice called the 'Visiting Vet Service' ...and her special Pet Senior Health Care Services. Questions or Comments? Email Lauren at lauren@petliferadio.com More …
 
On this Episode of My Dog Digs Dirt join me for an up close and personal look at K9s For Warriors... started back in 2011. This wonderful organization matches unwanted dogs with war veterans in need. My guest is Chief Marketing Officer, Tahoma Guiry. Questions or Comments? Email Lauren at lauren@petliferadio.com More details on this episode MP3 Pod…
 
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