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Lisa Jane Ashes

Lisa is an experienced Professional Development provider for all things teaching and learning. An Advanced Skills English Teacher by trade, she specialises in literacy across the curriculum. Her mission is to eradicate pupils being let down by a disjointed secondary curriculum and to share as widely as possible her experience, showing how change is possible. Lisa has worked in many roles in school from classroom support to leadership. Her ability to create collaborative curriculums that allow all learning to be taken forward, used and improved comes from her many and varied experiences in schools.

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Publications by Lisa Jane Ashes

Manglish

Education is the business of developing minds for the future,…

There Is Another Way

Edited by Ian Gilbert with chapters by Mark Anderson, Lisa…

Don’t Change the Light Bulbs

Curated by Rachel Jones, Don’t Change the Light Bulbs offers…

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Improving Classroom Practice: Questioning

January 20 2017

What are the purpose of this teacher’s questions?  Apparently, teachers ask up to two questions every minute, equating to millions of questions over their career. No matter how true or false those statistics are for you, undoubtedly, you do ask … Continue reading

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Teaching Humans First

December 03 2016

“We are teaching humans first!” Father Joman, Nepal Nepal is a beautiful country, beautiful but poor. As you fly alongside the picturesque mountains, listening to the adventurous rich talk through the splendour of what they are about to experience on … Continue reading

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