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Professional Development: Home

 

The Professional Development Collection

Professional development through reading, collaboration, discussion and study is a very important part of all of our roles. The Library houses a substantial Professional Development collection and we always welcome recommendations for developing it.

The recommended reading lists on this guide are largely associated with staff Teaching & Learning sessions, and include both print and online resources.

To discover more about this term's Teaching & Learning sessions and reading related to them, use the tabs above.

Recommended Reading

Connected Curriculum reading:

Suggestions to follow.

You can read more about this topic on the Spring 2022: Connected Curriculum page.

 

 

Skills for Success reading:

Fullan, Michael et al (2017) Deep learning: engage the world change the world. Newbury Park: Corwin.

Robinson, Martin (2013) Trivium 21c: preparing young people for the future with lessons from the past. Camarthen: Independent Thinking Press.

Sherrington, Tom et al (2020) Teaching walkthrus : five-step guides to instructional coaching. Woodbridge: John Catt.

Sherrington, Tom et al (2021) Teaching walkthrus 2 : five-step guides to instructional coaching. Woodbridge: John Catt.

You can find out more about this topic on the Winter 2021: Skills and Curriculum Design page.

 

Other reading lists:

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Mon-Fri: 08:30-21:15
Sat: 08:00-16:00
Sun: 14:00-18:00