Challenges teachers to embrace their professional agency in order to ensure that their pupils get the excellent education they deserve.
At a time when schools are calling out for more autonomy and trust Mark Enser poses teachers the pivotal question, ‘How would you teach if nobody was watching?’ and empowers them with the tools and confidence to do just that.
Mark argues that a quality education is rooted in simplicity. In this book he methodically strips away the layers of contradictory pedagogical advice that educators have received over the years and lends weight to the three key pillars that underpin effective, efficient teaching: the lesson, the curriculum and the school’s support structure. Teach Like Nobody’s Watching explores these three core elements in detail, and presents teachers with a range of practical strategies to help them cultivate a culture of excellent learning in their schools and classrooms.