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A Quiet Education by Jamie Thom explores the issues surrounding introvert students and teachers and things that we can be doing to make things better for them. 

Themes include:
Introverts
Quiet students
Introverted teachers
Silence as a gift not a punishment
Knowing names
Extrovert ideals
Recruitment of teachers and trainees
Reflection
Changing career

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The Lost Girls by Charlotte Woolley proposes that our education system needs a feminist revolution and demonstrates how it would be beneficial to all.

 

In this episode the following issues are discussed in relation to school and classroom practice:

- Gender roles

- Whole school issues related to gender and feminism

- Curriculum issues related to gender and feminism

- Representation of students in the texts they study

- Sex equality, what that means and student understanding of the term

-Aspirations

-'Good girls'

- Feminine characteristics

- Perfectionism

-Socialisation of gender

 

The book Boys Don't Try is also mentioned by multiple speakers. An episode on this book can be found: https://pagepracticepodcast.podbean.com/e/episode-4-boys-dont-try/

 

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The Power of Culture is the second book from the staff of the highly contraversial and highly successful Michaela School and is published by John Catt Educational.

Edited by Headteacher Katharine Birbalsingh the book gives insight into some of the practices at the school and the reasoning behind them.

The episode features:

Katharine Birbalsingh on servant leadership

Katie Ashford on teaching at Michaela

Jane Brierley on silent corridors

Natalie Jones on culture

Pritesh Raichura on curriculum

and readers including John Bald, Stephen Cox, Richard McDonald, Nikki Atkins-Jones, Natalie Bethal, Eugene McFadden and Andy JPB talking about a range of themes including national identity, behaviour, love, relationships, high expectations and pastoral care.

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What They Didn’t Teach Me On My PGCE explores a range of themes that there just isn’t the time to cover during a PGCE or other route into teaching. Over 200 educators share their advice and reflections in this book compiled by Sarah Mullin.

Contributors to this episode discuss:
- Asking for support
- Becoming a Chartered Teacher
- Use of Social Media
- Student Voice
- School libraries
- Imagination in all learning contexts
- Safeguarding
- Writing letters
- Job applications and interviews
- Rosenshine’s principles of instruction
- The power of silence
- Funny times in teaching
- Trusting the process
- How the weather affects teaching
- Wellbeing

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