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Chris Curtis is an English teacher and head of department with over a decade's experience in education. Chris is forever reflecting on which aspects of his teaching work best for his students and, as an avid reader and blogger, is a big believer in sharing practical ways to tackle difficult problems in the classroom. Chris Curtis has written a fantastic article for Creative Teaching and Learning magazine titled 'From Superficiality to Well-Reasoned Arguments: Learning to Explain- you can read the full article here.
Having worked as an English and special educational needs teacher for twenty-five years, Jon Mayhew is now in demand on the school event circuit ' delivering writing workshops to students from Key Stage 2 to sixth form. He is also a Royal Literary Fund Writing Fellow, helping students to improve their academic writing at Chester University. Jon is the author of the Monster Odyssey series and the multi-award-winning Mortlock.www.Jonmayhew.co.uk
Kenny Pieper has been teaching English for fifteen years and still loves every minute of it. He stands shakily on the shoulders of giants in the shape of his amazingly inspiring colleagues. Deep down, he still can't believe his luck that he gets to do this. Click here to listen in on Kenny's podcast with Pivotal Education on How to get children reading for pleasure'.
Martin Griffin has 20 years’ experience teaching post-16 students, and has been a head of faculty, assistant head teacher and deputy head teacher. He was the director of sixth form at The Blue Coat School and now works with schools and colleges to design and implement character development and mindset programmes.
@fletchermoss www.storycraftbook.com www.martingriffinbooks.com
Phil Beadle knows a bit about bringing creative projects to fruit. His self-described renaissance dilettantism' is best summed up by Mojo magazine's description of him as a burnished voice soul man and left wing educationalist'. He is the author of ten books on a variety of subjects, including the acclaimed Dancing About Architecture, described in Brain Pickings as a strong, pointed conceptual vision for the nature and origin of creativity'. As songwriter Philip Kane, his work has been described in Uncut magazine as having novelistic range and ambition' and in Mojo as having a rare ability to find romance in the dirt' along with bleakly literate lyricism'. He has won national awards for both teaching and broadcasting, was a columnist for the Guardian newspaper for nine years and has written for every broadsheet newspaper in the UK, as well as the Sydney Morning Herald. Phil is also one of the most experienced, gifted and funniest public speakers in the UK. Click here to listen in on Phil's podcast with Pivotal Education - How to Teach Literacy'. Listen to the ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler' broadcast. ABC Conversations with Richard Fidler Broadcast date: Thursday 19 July 2012 Click here to listen to Phil Beadle's interview with TalkSport - Listen in at approximately 29:09. Click here to read Phil Beadle's article on How do we systematise this?'
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