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Mark Enser

Mark Enser has been teaching geography for the best part of two decades and is a head of department and research lead at Heathfield Community College, as well as a specialist leader of education (SLE) and evidence lead in education (ELE). He is a regular TES columnist and often speaks at education conferences. Mark also writes a blog called Teaching It Real and tweets @EnserMark. He spends the rest of his time reading, drinking coffee and running in the hills.

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Publications by Mark Enser

Powerful Geography

In Powerful Geography: A curriculum with purpose in practice, Mark…

Making Every Geography Lesson Count

Mark Enser’s Making Every Geography Lesson Count: Six principles to…

Teach Like Nobody’s Watching

In Teach Like Nobody’s Watching: The essential guide to effective…

Author Blog

Time to Get Knitting

March 06 2021

These last few years have seen some amazing developments in teaching and learning. Despite the horror of the last year, we continue to see blogs and books and podcasts and videos, all exploring a range of different practices, in a range of different contexts. It sometimes feels like the world is aflame with the possibilities…

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Feeling the Fear and Doing it Anyway

March 03 2021

(TM Mark Enser) This week I am doing something scary. It was something I had agreed to do, something I am excited about, something I have knowledge of in my workplace, but suddenly, just before I had to do it I became filled with doubt and indecision. I felt like an imposter. In my typical…

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