TER #042 – Sharing Good Practice with Simon Breakspear – 22 Feb 2015


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Special Features: Simon Breakspear, founder of LearnLabs, discusses the issues involve din sharing good practice between teachers, schools and systems, and special guest host Dan Haesler stops by to help unpack the interview;  Cameron Interviews attendees and organisers of ResearchEd Sydney; Anne van de Graaf shares her approach to action research in the classroom.

Regular Features: NEW FEATURE! Tim Connell hosts Spotlight on Special Education, discussing approaches to evidence based practice; Teacher’s Brains Trust, Aaron Davis talks about Digital Literacies in the classroom; 



00:00 – Opening Credits

01:19 – Intro

05:37 – Interviews from ResearchEd

19:02 – Action Research in the Classroom, with Anne Van De Graaf

29:04 – Spotlight on Special Education

36:08 – Teachers’ Brains Trust – Aaron Davis talks about Digital Literacies

40:34 – Main Feature Introduction

47:40 – Guest Host, Dan Haesler

01:23:35 – Feature Interview, Simon Breakspear

01:57:22 – Announcements

02:00:27 – Quote and Sign Off

2 thoughts on “TER #042 – Sharing Good Practice with Simon Breakspear – 22 Feb 2015

  1. Hi, I’ve really appreciated your podcast as I have been looking for quality evidence-based approaches to developing teaching practice and developing wellbeing in school communities. I was keen to find the notes of Tim Connel’s suggestions for implementing evidence based-approaches. Would you be able to create a link of his practical steps that he discussed please. As we are undergoing development of our professional learning goals, I think this would be an invaluable resource. Thanks. Amanda.

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