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The Tattooers Podcast has interviews with leading tattoo artists around the world. Each artist offers, what has inspired them to pursue their tattoo career, what continuest to inspire them, mistakes they are grateful for and all the things that showcase the work that goes into tattooing rather than the social media rockstar.
 
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In today's show, there is a continuation of Pastoral CPD as Kalil speaks about unconscious bias and how it can influence and impact the conversations teachers have with young people. Then, he is joined by Lekha Sharma (@teacherfeature2) and they talk about how school leaders can improve staff wellbeing. Finally, Kalil tucks in to whether schools sh…
 
Join Sobia with CEO of Empathy Week Ed Kirwan who is a photographer, filmmaker and educator. In 2020, Empathy Week engaged 100,000 students in two years (30 countries across 6 continents). Empathy week are creating young, conscious and empathetic leaders through the power of cinematic film and inspiring true stories. Building schools and classrooms…
 
Miss Saeed is joined by NASEN's SEND Teacher of the Year (2021) Mr Stammer to discuss his personal journey as someone who stammers and what it truly means for a setting to be inclusive. They also explore the most pertinent points of the SEND Code of Practice and what we should all aim to do to help meet the needs of SEND students!…
 
This week we dip into edu-bookclubs and Dorian is joined by cofounders of the #GLTbookclub, Rhiannon Rainbow and Dave Tushingham. We talk through how the bookclub came about and what the initial motivation was to get it set up. Rhiannon and Dave describe how the club has grown in popularity over the lockdown period with the online ‘live’ or retrosp…
 
Ed and Toby chatted about an eclectic mix of #TweetOfTheWeeks followed by discussion some of the people who'd inspired their journeys into science and teaching. Plus lots of lovely chat about what it is that makes people inspirational - wisdom and integrity matter; shrouded in a cloak of warmth and kindness! Some barnstorming party (or work event) …
 
Nathan is joined by Nicky Parr @nicky_parr from Better Handwritten and Sue Smits from @MorrellsHand Handwriting discussing Handwriting and why we need to worry about it in a digital age. They discuss the Halo Effect, people (exam markers) making assumptions about academic ability because of handwriting and whether handwriting be too perfect? Nathan…
 
In this show, Tom is joined by Charlotte Haworth and latterly Paul Eatock. Does classism and elitism still plague the teaching profession? Is classism talked about between educators? How does it impact those in the profession? The show starts with an intriguing conversation examining those themes. Following that, Tom then chats to Paul about his ex…
 
The Weird History of Outdoor Education: a look at the 250 year development of outdoor education via German nationalism, Ibsen and Scandinavian friluftsliv, JH Kellogg, sloyd, Baden-Powell, Steiner, & the Woodcraft Folk. Anti-masturbation, spiritual development, learning from ants & rejecting plutonium in after school clubs: there's a lot going on…
 
Tom discusses wellbeing and technology in education. Tom's Tech Tips: Focus Writer download link: https://focuswriter.en.softonic.com/ The Most Dangerous Writing App: https://www.squibler.io/dangerous-writing-prompt-app Calmly Writer: https://www.calmlywriter.com/online/ Other apps mentioned: Headspace: https://www.headspace.com/ Brain in Hand: htt…
 
Kaylee chats with Reuben Moore, Chief Executive of Teach First, and Tina Beddoe, ECF Lead for One Cumbria, about the new teaching framework in England. Reflecting on the first term under the new training framework and if it is working for ECTs, schools and mentors.By Teachers Talk Radio
 
In the third instalment of Kalil's Pastoral CPD clinic, he does a deep dive into restorative conversations and practices in schools: what it means and advice about how to do it effectively. In the second part of the show, it shifts to a focus on trauma-informed practices and how important it is to ensure school staff are upskilled in this area to b…
 
Take a listen to this show, as Miss Saeed and Bernie cover all things relating to Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment in schools (why we need to raise awareness of it and address it.) They also cover the importance of creating a culture of pre-emptive Safeguarding in an educational setting and Miss Saeed also covers how to tackle the challenge of…
 
Joe talks about his new setup, the Ofqual chief's recent comments on redeploying specialist teachers, the way in which kids see inclusion, value for money with instruments, and the Autistic School Staff Project. Then Neill Oldham joins Joe for a discussion about winning awards, the Blackpool community, being headteacher of a special school, assisti…
 
Expert guests from the world of nutrition, health and exercise join Holly King-Mand to discuss how teachers can best prepare themselves for the term ahead and why prioritising your own wellness about your own workload is key to your success. Sue Michaels from Red Bird Tutoring Minniina Abbott from Minniina Fitness Dominque Bell from DomBell Wellnes…
 
Tonight we talked all things ofsted - the good, the bad and the ugly with Julie Price Grimshaw. John and I talked about inclusion in schools and how it can be a great addition to the school's community. We also talked about the need for an educational vision and the political links to ofsted . #ofsted#inclusion#vision…
 
Ed and Toby discussed their personal holiday decompressions, Christmases and the peculiarity of Twitter discourse. The three most focused on New Year's resolutions and question of the week considered whether changing your life in the darkest and coldest month of the year is a good idea - or not!By Teachers Talk Radio
 
Nathan is joined by Christopher Such author of The Art and Science of Teaching Primary Reading and Rob Randel who’s blog asked Does Curriculum for Wales leave reading to chance? As they look in detail at how effective the different approaches to early reading can be, why a systematic approach can support the development of reading, and why reading …
 
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