Tag Archives: impact

Dare To Be Different

Coming to the end of a run of conferences, it’s been interesting to check out current trends. How quickly it comes to pass, that the attempt to find a new way…..when presenting, eschewing the podium in favour of wandering around … Continue reading

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Beautiful Belgrade

I’m very proud to have been invited by the British Council in Serbia to speak at the ‘New Technologies in Education 2016’ conference in Belgrade this weekend. It’s my first visit to the country, but I have heard nothing but … Continue reading

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WHAT A PERFORMANCE!

This piece was originally commissioned by and published in “Teach Secondary” magazine: “It’s a curious dichotomy we live with when it comes to the notion of performance, I think. On the one hand it feels like every other young person you … Continue reading

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Case study: City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO)

Since the inaugural concert in 1920, conducted by Sir Edward Elgar, the CBSO has grown into a 90-piece ensemble with a worldwide reputation, performing to over 300,000 people a year. As the resident orchestra of Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, the CBSO … Continue reading

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5 Top Tips To Make Information Interesting

So you’ve got a roomful of people in front of you, whether or not they want to be, and you have some information to pass on that you really want them to take on board – whether it’s an internal … Continue reading

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Case study: Mencap

Mencap is the leading charity for people with learning disabilities in the UK and everything they do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability, and their families and carers. In early 2012 changing cultures was successful in … Continue reading

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Roles and Responsibilities in the Classroom – Who’s Doing the Real Work?

changing cultures have an ongoing project in a very successful Coventry secondary school. Rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, the school wanted to look at how it could support its most Able, Gifted and Talented students, increasing the ownership of their learning.  We … Continue reading

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