A podcast to help your supercharge your teaching one idea at a time. Each episode guests share 5 tips for any aspect of life as a teacher: planning, assessment, wellbeing, saving time, talking to parents, and more.
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I love the practical, thoughtful tips from educators. I especially love how Craig has organized the tips more thematically on his website. I loved the old Mr Barton’s maths podcast and was slow to embrace this one but I’m now hooked.
The ideas and tips flow freely. Always thought provoking and practical.
This is a great podcast; the tips are always really practical and easy to apply to your own work. Craig gets some terrific guests on, and the podcast’s concise format really distills their approaches and philosophies of education into things you can use with you own class on Monday morning. Great CPD for new and experienced teachers alike
Really thoughtful, practical advice. Thanks.
Whilst I might not agree with all the top tips, and there are some I would want more convincing over, these top tips are certainly presented in a way which is approachable by all staff (and Craig Barton is always there to add a comment about how it resonates in mathematics which is great.)
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