Shaun Allison on 'Making every Lesson Count'

11 July 2016

‹Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby, co-authors of the 2016 ERA award-winning Making Every Lesson Count, hosted their inaugural Making Every Lesson Count conference in Durrington on Friday the 7th of July, and Shaun reflected upon the success of the event - and indeed the principles behind their teaching and learning policy - by writing a new post on his blog ˜Class Teaching™.

Click here to read the piece and here to take a look at their book in more detail.


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