Examples of what staff decided to do differently, after reading pupil voice about talk in their classrooms.
I’ve noticed it’s useful to provide Pupil Talk Prompts that enable them to ask for thinking time or help.
Lolly sticks are a really simple way to randomly select children, but like anything they need to be used properly.
Over the past few months I’ve been asking teachers whether they think P4C has changed them.
Pupil Voice is an important part of my Talk Audits; here are some recent responses when I asked Key Stage 2 children their opinions about Hands Up…
Introducing my Talk Audits.
My provocation at Challenge Partners Conference, Blackpool, October 2016: What is more important: developing curiosity or measurable academic progress?