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175: Your feedback please to help shape our future

By Mark Taylor | November 23, 2020 |

Today I am asking for you help and support to shape the future of Education on Fire.Do you prefer the interviews, solo shows or a combination of both?Let me know where you listen, from the 131 countries that have downloaded the podcast.Are you a teacher or parent?What content will support you?I am wanting to help,…

EdTech – Covid and beyond with Al Kingsley – NAPE 055

By Mark Taylor | November 21, 2020 |

EdTech has been central to our lives in education during the current pandemic. Today I chat to Al Kinglsey and explore how our old and current thinking can support us in planning a strategy for the future of your school. Al Kingsley (MD of NetSupport) has been a school governor for the last 15 years…

174: What was the best advice you have ever been given? Ep 3

By Mark Taylor | November 20, 2020 |

On todays bonus episode we take the question ‘What is the best piece of advice you have ever been given and who gave it to you?’ and hear the answers from guests 20-27 released on the Learning on Fire podcast. You can listen to the whole podcast collection by clicking below. https://player.captivate.fm/collection/c5b7233b-e24a-445f-9b17-292d1d3f6800 Sit back and…

173: Personalised learning for children who struggle – why not everyone?

By Mark Taylor | November 16, 2020 |

On this solo episode Mark talks about how education can be transformed by understanding relationships and creating personalised learning for everyone! If you would like to support our GoFundMe campaign to create a valuable resource for our children based on the wisdom of our inspiring guests please click below. https://uk.gofundme.com/f/education-on-fire-book-fundraiser Show Sponsor The National Association…

Eco Schools with Edd Moore – Nape 054

By Mark Taylor | November 14, 2020 |

Please welcome our new National Council member Edd Moore. Edd is a teacher and Eco Coordinator at Damers First School, Dorchester, Dorset. Edd has built up the eco work at Damers over the last 8 years from a blank canvas. Under his leadership, achieved the Eco Schools Green Flag three times in 2016, 2018, 2020,…

172: What was the best piece of advice you have ever been given? Ep 2

By Mark Taylor | November 13, 2020 |

What do you think is the most important advice you could give your children so they can grow up to be the best version of themselves? This bonus episode is a compilation of responses to that question from my guests 10-19 who appeared on the Learning on Fire Podcast. This podcast had some wonderful conversations…

171: Dyslexia awareness and how technology can help

By Mark Taylor | November 9, 2020 |

Aimee Cave is a current practising SENDCO in East Yorkshire with sustained experience of creating good provision in her school, including orchestrating the school becoming the first ADHD friendly school in Yorkshire. She also runs her own SEND Consultancy business. Aimee has completed her NASENCO Award, is an Accredited Attachment Lead and has been trained…

170: Thoughts on UK lockdown no. 2 and more

By Mark Taylor | November 2, 2020 |

On this episode Mark talks about the UK going into lockdown and how recent events have impacted Education on Fire. What we can do to support ourselves and each other. Plans for the future. If you would like to support our GoFundMe campaign to create a valuable resource for our children based on the wisdom…

169: Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene

By Mark Taylor | October 26, 2020 |

Dr Steven Greene – the Success Doctor – is a life long educator, best selling author of “Maximum Education”, host of the mAke the grAde podcast, and online success community facilitator. His mission and focus are simple: to provide actions so his students can maximize their education. In 1997, he founded mAke the grAde Academic…

168: Pandemic Pods

By Mark Taylor | October 19, 2020 |

I discuss pandemic pods and how they can support you during this current Coronavirus outbreak. Pandemic pods can take a number of forms, including: Parents swapping care for each other’s children, most likely rotating the children between houses, with less of a specific focus on learning (perhaps for younger children) Hiring an online tutor to…

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