GDPR, Surveillance And CCTV

GDPR, Surveillance And CCTV

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new set of EU guidelines governing how organisations like schools handle personal data. The new regulations have replaced the current Data Protection Act (DPA) and were implemented on the 25 May 2018. This piece of...
Peer To Peer Video Learning

Peer To Peer Video Learning

We often focus on the use of video as a professional development tool for teachers but one of its greatest strengths is for peer to peer learning. Let’s not forget the pupils! Peer Learning (PL), Peer-to-Peer collaboration (P2P), or Peer Assisted Learning (PAL)...
Video For A Self-Improving School

Video For A Self-Improving School

How can video be used for self-improvement? A self-improving school requires complex collaboration and mixes together three core features: coordination, communication and bonding (Hargreaves, 2010). It also requires ‘magnets, glue and drivers’ where...
Video Clubs: The Art of Noticing

Video Clubs: The Art of Noticing

Why not join the club? In Leveraging Video for Learning: Strategies for Using Video Observations for Professional Growth by the Centre for Education Policy Research at Harvard University, one of the recommendations made is that, Education leaders should consider...
Observation Deck

Observation Deck

Can you feel it? The rumbling and grumbling; it’s getting louder and louder. There’s now a real movement and shift away from traditional high-stakes ‘one-size fits all’ approach to lesson observations as fed-up teachers are claiming back their classrooms and...
Video Modelling

Video Modelling

One exciting way to enhance teaching and learning using video is an evidence-based intervention called video modelling (VM) otherwise known as video-based intervention (VBI). VM is a visual teaching method that involves watching a video demonstrating a targeted...