Category Archives: Alan Jervis

  1. Low Level Disruption

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    October 22, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Alan Jervis

    Written by @Alan_Jervis ‘Jamie was in a mood today, he told me to **** off’; high level disruption or low …
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  2. Subject Leaders – Under the Microscope

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    October 15, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Leadership Conference

    Written by @Alan_Jervis Sir Michael Wiltshaw, her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, said ‘If England is to compete with the very best, …
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  3. Research for learning: Two of the best

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    February 22, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Teacher Training UK

    Author, Alan Jervis, @Alan_Jervis Alan’s Dragonfly Training courses can be found here: http://www.dragonfly-training.co.uk/courses-conduct-by-alan-jervis/1 Worldwide research into what makes a significant impact …
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  4. What is Research for Learning? (RFL)

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    May 14, 2014 by dragonflytraining

    RfL

    Author: @Alan_Jervis My chemistry students carefully mixed marble chips with hydrochloric acid, collecting the volume of carbon dioxide given off …
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  5. Who is Really Listening?

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    March 20, 2014 by dragonflytraining

    Communication in Teaching

    Author: Alan Jervis, @Alan_Jervis I believe that listening can have the biggest impact of all the communication skills. I have been …
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  6. Research for Learning (RfL): Evidence-based Practice

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    November 28, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: Steve Garnett @Garnett_S Over the last two to three years there seems to have been a huge increase in …
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  7. An evidence-based approach to science teaching: A vomit free teaching zone

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    November 15, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Teacher Training

    Author: @Alan_Jervis I believe that we should teach for understanding and not deliver chunks of information to be memorised and …
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