Yesterday I attended and spoke at the third ResearchEd Scotland events. This was a piece I wrote four years ago as a ResearchEd and blogging newbie: http://www.pedagoo.org/thank-you-redscot/ Yesterday, I gave a presentation on how we support our Care Experienced Learners and you can see the slides for that here: https://lenabellina.wordpress.com/2019/09/28/research-ed-scotland-2019-caring-for-our-care-experienced-children/ I also sat on … Continue reading Far more in common.
These are my slides from my presentation today. I have added some links to publications below some of them. I think I may also have mentioned that I turned 50 last month. (Any excuse). If you are interested, this is my birthday playlist, which was my soundtrack as I drove to and from Dollar. https://open.spotify.com/user/11147012699/playlist/4GEzlr0Bvk7Pov8drwnold?si=XqTK7H0hR4SmFgFc_3FAFQ … Continue reading Research Ed Scotland 2019. Caring for our Care Experienced Children.
If we are really serious about assuring quality in education, it seems to me that our greatest efforts must be focused on ensuring what I have come to to call a “quality of knowing.” This means that we draw on data that is far broader and more encompassing than test results and benchmarks, although of … Continue reading A quality of knowing.