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191: Connecting people

By Mark Taylor | March 8, 2021 |

This solo episode with Mark Taylor is a catch up about what is going on within Education on Fire.We have some shoutouts to listeners who have got in touch and give details of the free resources available at EducationOnFire.comIf you would like to support the Education on Fire GoFundMe campaign to create a valuable resource…

Who are you? with Penny Borkett – NAPE 063

By Mark Taylor | March 6, 2021 |

Mark Taylor (Vice Chair of National Association for Primary Education) talks to Penny Borkett. Penny wrote an article for the Primary First Journal issue 29 entitled: Who are you? – The importance of building identity in the early years and the place of culture within this. Penny has spent many years working as a teaching…

190: Junior Authors Program with Susie Harder

By Mark Taylor | March 1, 2021 |

Susie Harder, M.A., CCC-SLP is an experienced clinician who devotes much of her passion to working with children who stutter. She works in private practice and the school setting to help support children and provides workshops and consulting-based support to school districts across California. She recently created the Junior Authors Program (a revolutionary literacy-based platform).…

Exploring the limits of representative literature in the primary classroom – NAPE 062

By Mark Taylor | February 24, 2021 |

National Association for Primary Education publish a professional journal called Primary First 3 times a year. It is FREE to NAPE members or can be purchased for £5 from the National Office. In this episode Mark Taylor (Vice Chair of NAPE) talks to Seraphina Simmons-Bah who wrote an article for issue 29 entitled: Exploring the…

189: We Are Next – Community Campaign with Mark White

By Mark Taylor | February 22, 2021 |

At the start of 2020, Your Town launched a community campaign called We Are Next, a national campaign to get the next generation moving and more connected with health, fitness and their community. We Are Next have reached over 1600 kids across 10 schools, in two different towns in Hertfordshire. The original idea was to…

Does teaching racial justice and equity have a place in our primary schools? – NAPE 061

By Mark Taylor | February 15, 2021 |

National Association for Primary Education publish a professional journal called Primary First 3 times a year. It is FREE to NAPE members or can be purchased for £5 from the National Office. In this episode Mark Taylor (Vice Chair of NAPE) talks to Penny Rabiger who wrote an article for issue 29 entitled: Does teaching…

188: MarvellousMe – Parent Engagement App

By Mark Taylor | February 15, 2021 |

Inspire, involve and empower parents. ‘MarvellousMe is a game-changer for parent engagement.’ MarvellousMe engages parents by telling them about their children’s learning and success. It enriches family conversations about school and makes it easy for parents to help their children’s education and say: ‘Well done!’ Delivering a positive teacher-parent partnership, MarvellousMe makes it easy for…

187: Teach Financial Literacy with Jon Alvarado

By Mark Taylor | February 8, 2021 |

Jon Alvarado, founder of Teach Financial Literacy has created a lifetime financial literacy course designed to break barriers for low-income students and families. Jon spent 10 years teaching math at a school with 80% free and reduce lunch students and two years teaching financial literacy at a school with 70% free and reduced lunch students.   During that time, he…

TOWARDS A BALANCED AND BROADLY-BASED CURRICULUM – NAPE 060

By Mark Taylor | February 8, 2021 |

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR PRIMARY EDUCATION in collaboration with HUMANITIES 20:20 Project and PRIMARY UMBRELLA GROUP present a virtual twilight conference:  TOWARDS A BALANCED AND BROADLY-BASED CURRICULUM Virtual Conference – Monday 8th March 2021, 4.15pm-6.45pm The Conference, embracing a theme which has always been central to debate about children’s entitlements, has been highlighted by OfSTED as…

186: What is happening for me? with Lucia Giovannini

By Mark Taylor | February 5, 2021 |

Lucia Giovannini is world renowned sensation, former international Italian supermodel – turned transformational speaker and author of 13 books. Her 25 years of inspiring work through conferences & workshops globally has been inspired by growing up throughout different parts of Italy and Africa, immersed in the beauty and the pain of those unforgettable lands. Her…

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