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I love educational podcasts. They turn perfunctory “dad tasks” (that take up 99.9 per cent of my life) into covert opportunities to learn and soak up wisdom from educational experts.

There is one podcast in particular that I have had the pleasure of being signposted to recently that has made me sit up and think. It is Phil Naylor’s “Naylor’s Natter”. Phil is assistant director of Blackpool Research School and, like me, an expert advisor with the Teacher Development Trust (TDT).

On this show, he interviews teachers and education experts, asking them to share and discuss a piece of research that has had an impact on their thinking about education.

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