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How can we continue to raise the quality of our teaching?

Sharing your ‘butterfly’ practices, good behaviour management, evidence-led CPD and nurturing teacher expertise were listed as some of the keys to raising the quality teaching during a “Tweet-Up” debate featuring Sir Tim Brighouse and Professor Dylan Wiliam

Sir Tim Brighouse, Professor Dylan Wiliam and Professor Ben Levin were among the experts who this week offered schools – and politicians – their advice on how we should continue to raise teaching quality in our schools.

The three world-renowned educationalists formed part of a panel of six speakers who offered both system-wide and school-specific solutions during a Tweet-Up online debate.

A Tweet-Up sees a number of keynote speakers delivering 140-second addresses (to match the 140 characters of a Tweet) and debating questions with the audience. The audience, in turn, is encouraged to tweet from the debate, with those following proceedings on Twitter also contributing to the discussions.

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