The 4Ps offer a shared language for consistent high quality teaching. In this five-part series, Matt Bromley breaks down each one and offers practical strategies for teachers. In part two, he breaks down the first P – purpose
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Last week in the first article of this five-part series, I introduced a framework – called the 4Ps – which I have formulated to help one of the schools I support in its mission to improve the quality of teaching.

We’ve agreed that the secret to their success will be consistency: making sure that every student receives the same high-quality education every day.

The idea of the framework is this: we want a simple way of capturing all the key actions on the school improvement plan, a means of teachers self-evaluating their current practice to identify their professional development needs, and a shared language with which to articulate their vision and values.

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