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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mary Myatt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mary Myatt, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mary Myatt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mary Myatt, often where they are interviewed.

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S2E6: Curriculum, Weigh-Ins, Prison and Screws with Mary Myatt. We take a look at filling gaps by paying attention to shaky knowledge

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The duo are joined by the phenomenal Mary Myatt to discuss her work on the curriculum and her book The Curriculum: Gallimaufry to coherence, as well as the importance of stories across all subjects. Mary also shares the background on her upcoming book due out in September, the aptly named Back On Track, which takes a look at how we can remove some of the unnecessary burdens on teachers and free them up to focus on their pupils and students - marking being one of them!

One of our duo also shares how they inadvertently became a fugitive for a week and Mary shares some hilarious stories in The Confessional. One not to be missed!

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Aug 10 2020 · 41mins
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13: Andy Buck & Mary Myatt

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After a socially distanced lockdown lack of wine pause they're back and looking forward to September! From levelling with the kids about Covid and #BLM, and coming to terms with caution tape and facemask chic -- what will YOU doing differently when schools re-open to full classroom teaching?
We're talking leadership in the this episode -- good leadership, bad leadership, and how bad could be made good with pearls of wisdom from Andy Buck and Mary Myatt.
Aug 06 2020 · 58mins

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My curriculum conversation with Mary Myatt

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Caroline speaks to Mary Myatt, a respected education adviser, speaker and writer. They discuss the implications for schools during the period of closure due to Covid-19, national curriculum coverage, forward planning, the importance of curriculum coherence and the balance of knowledge and skills in primary curricula. Mary is insightful, practical and inspirational. This is a must listen episode for any primary senior leader.

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Here is a list of links to some of the things we reference on the show.

May 21 2020 · 36mins
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Curriculum- from Gallimaufry to coherence with Mary Myatt

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This week I am in conversation with Mary Myatt on her book Curriculum- From Gallimaufry to coherence

Mary Myatt is an education adviser, writer and speaker. She works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes. She writes and speaks at conferences about leadership, curriculum and school improvement.

'Mary Myatt combines encyclopedic knowledge of schools with crystal-clear description of curriculum principles – a must-read for all those involved in improving education.

Globally, new attention is being given to curriculum principles and curriculum practice. Mary Myatt’s book is major contribution to this debate. Few books range so effectively across curriculum theory and day-to-day practice in the classroom – Mary Myatt does this with huge authority and extreme clarity.'

Tim Oates CBE, Group Director of ARD,
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‘This book weaves together theory, research, policy, and practice to provide educators at every stage of their career a practical guide to coherent curriculum design. Chapters divided by subject and strategy make it easy to keep coming back to, whilst Mary’s humorous and intelligent prose make it a pleasure to read.’

Claire Hill, Head of English and Media Studies, Dover Grammar School for Girls

‘This book has been invaluable and really balances theory, critical argument and practical applications for how we can achieve this in our curriculum planning and subject CPD.’

Aja Cortizo, Professional development Team Lead, Glyn School

‘This is exactly what I needed to read before the team goes to rewrite the curriculum this term. It is definitely a must read to completely rethink the curriculum because it covers all aspects to truly ensure ‘high challenge and low threat’ across all subjects. I’m so excited about redesigning the teaching and learning to ensure children are engaged and inspired.’

Flora Barton, Headteacher, Crowmarsh Gifford CE Primary School


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This week Bethan is in conversation following TDT's work with Ignite TSA .

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Matthew Evans talks to you, the listeners about his new book ahead of a full podcast in the New Year.

Leadership is an ill-defined domain, drowning in abstract theories and models of expertise. School leadership suffers from this lack of a satisfactory and useful definition of leadership, and has of late been drawn in to generic approaches to school improvement which have left the workforce feeling anything but `well led'. How do we put `substance' back in to school leadership? This book draws on the lessons of cognitive science and explores the specific things that school leaders do, arguing for a notion of school leadership rooted in the realities of leaders' daily experiences. It presents a case for how school leaders can develop their expertise and, in doing so, places domain-specific knowledge at the heart of school improvement efforts.

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Key Voices #19 - Creative curriculum: Interview with curriculum expert, Mary Myatt

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We're joined by Mary Myatt, curriculum expert, to talk about the creative curriculum and what it means for schools.

Also, in the news this week - the rise in EHC plans, concerns about Ofsted's inspection of behaviour and more...

Jun 07 2019 · 13mins
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Episode 12 - High challenge / Low threat - Mary Myatt.

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Education adviser, writer and speaker - that's Mary Myatt. Hear Mary talk fluidly about high challenge / low threat, the often difficult subject of underperformance and the core message of her book.

She'll be in conversation with NAHT Edge Director James Bowen

We are also running our member referral scheme over Easter. Listen in for a great way to bolster resources in your school and how it's possible to pick up a free place on one of our CPD courses.
Mar 28 2018 · 24mins
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How to lower the threat and increase the challenge with Mary Myatt – PP138

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We had a great conversation this week with author, educationalist and Ofsted inspector, Mary Myatt. We talked about why high challenge and low threat are a good combination and we also answered an email question about noisy lunchtimes! Mary works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum.  She advises, … Continue reading How to lower the threat and increase the challenge with Mary Myatt – PP138 →
Oct 31 2016 · 47mins