3-Read Friday #26
Feedback, inclusive classrooms, and more feedback!
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Here are three blog posts that I found interesting this week.
I am a huge fan of the Hypothesis Model when observing a lesson as a precursor to coaching. But what happens if your hypothesis is wrong? Typically, I ditch it and try to form a new hypothesis. Here, Paul suggests an alternative approach.
I often hear people talking about “inclusive classrooms”, and I am never sure what they actually mean. In this wonderful, thought-provoking piece, Ben outlines what an inclusive classroom could look like and, most importantly of all, how to create one.
3. Lesson feedback: don’t send it, don’t give it – co-construct it. Otherwise, it won’t be worth it by Tom Sherrington
Apologies for including a second piece on lesson observations and coaching this week, but I could not ignore either post. Tom is in great form here with a powerful message for anyone lucky enough to observe a colleague teach and give them feedback.
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