This is a short, snappy post to begin the New Year.
I thought it best to begin with the words of Dylan Wiliam (@dylanwiliam). This is a reminder of the challenge ahead and a suggestion as to why we keep tackling them with open hearts and minds.
Taken from John Tomsett’s inspirational blog, written a while ago,
“Dylan Wiliam, in his keynote speech at the SSAT Conference in December said, Every teacher needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better.”
And here, there’s a little more from the man himself, reminding us all about the beauty of teaching…
Thanks for posting this video. A good call to arms at the start of the year. (Or some less militaristic metaphor of inspiration).
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