show episodes
 
Australian Survivor: Heroes V Villains is here, which means a new season of Australian Survivor Talking Tribal - The Podcast! Join fan favourites Khanh Ong and Brooke Jowett with Survivor expert Shannon Guss in an alliance dedicated to post-episode strat chat. As soon as the torches go out our trio of experts dive into the strategy, the alliances and the drama that play out during Heroes V Villains each week. There's plenty of exclusive content that you won't see on your TV screen or device ...
  continue reading
 
Gary Mehigan is known worldwide for his role as one of the well loved original judges on Masterchef Australia, which went on to create the international phenomenon that it is today. He has hosted numerous other shows including Masters of Taste, Far Flung with Gary Mehigan, Boys Weekend and Good Chef Bad Chef, as well as authoring 6 cookbooks. He is passionate about food, travel, motorbikes, dogs, his garden, and loves to chat to interesting people about their life and passions.This series sh ...
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
A bumper episode this week, there’s just so much to talk about. And what a Titan-ic effort at that immunity challenge. Come on Aileen! Kelli spills the (rice and) beans in this week’s exit interview, hear the full chat exclusively on Australian Survivor Talking Tribal – The Podcast. And we’ve got our regular Glory Or Death segment, while Shannon’s …
  continue reading
 
Maud attended a conference organised by Laura Molway at Oxford University, in the department of Education on Friday the 16th of February. Here is what she has learnt on how to engage learners in their language learning journey.By Teachers Talk Radio
  continue reading
 
I am joined by Sophie Bartlett, an experienced Y5/6 English lead who shares some fascinating thoughts on the impact of SATs and whether they have any relevance in 2024. Sophie also made some great suggestions for alternative means of assessment as well as how she would improve the curriculum if SATs no longer existed.…
  continue reading
 
What are schools for? Join me and my guest Professor Karl Kitching as we attempt to get to the heart of education through his writing and research. Karl is a former primary teacher and now Professor of education at Birmingham University. Karl's research and teaching focuses on challenging multiple inequalities in education, in childhood, and in you…
  continue reading
 
Join Paul as he talks to Professor Brianna L Kennedy and Professor Amy Murphy about their work on Frame Shifting, an approach to addressing persistent teaching dilemmas. The Frame Shifting approach involves interpreting dilemmas using the three domains of teaching. This allows the teacher to explore new strategies for solutions. Brianna and Amy's w…
  continue reading
 
Joined by Jim Roebuck who after 13 years working as a Deputy Headteacher in London primary schools, moved into Initial Teacher Training in September 2023. An adoptive dad to two young children, Jim is acutely aware of the importance of work/life balance, and took 12 months of parental leave during 2020-21. He has a particular interest in creating c…
  continue reading
 
Week 3 and things are heating up. The chaos continues as buffs are dropped, blindsides are a dime a dozen, and boy are those betrayals devastating. Alas, poor Garrick. Are cracks beginning to show? One thing’s for sure, expect the unexpected. Shannon’s World Of Survivor looks at the biggest blunders in Survivor history, and we have the extended cut…
  continue reading
 
Celebrating 2 years and 99 hours of TTR shows, Graham looks back on the guests and shows that featured or were dedicated to Artificial Intelligence. These range from a show in July 2022, pre-dating the explosion in generative AI, to guests such as Paul Raine in Japan, Kalyan Chattopadhyay from India, Joshua Underwood in Spain, and Chris Temple Murr…
  continue reading
 
What are the principles of nurture? What are the benefits to young people? How can schools set up their own 'true' nurture groups? Host Rae is joined by Katie Murray, a secondary nurture teacher with over 15 years experience in both mainstream and special education settings and an MA in Special and Inclusive Education, to discuss why every school s…
  continue reading
 
School culture, what is it. why is it important and who creates it? I talk about how leadership defines school culture and I am joined by Sara who explains the important role teachers play in creating the culture of their schools. Plus, learn how Drucker never actually said "Culture eats strategy for breakfast" - this is a famous mis-quote.…
  continue reading
 
In this episode, Poppy is joined by 2 special guests- Headteacher Luke Talmage, and Primary art Consultant Adele Darlington. Poppy, Luke and Adele question what creativity really is, and discuss whether anyone can 'be creative' and what the impact of creativity in our schools has on pupils, staff, communities and the wider world.…
  continue reading
 
We hear about the teacher retention crisis, low teacher morale, the rise in mental health issues in young people, school buildings crumbling because of the 1950s RAAC concrete, heavy workload and the pressures of OFSTED. So how are teachers doing? Maud's is taking advantage of her half term holiday to express the joys and difficulties that teachers…
  continue reading
 
The complex world of school leadership is discussed in depth as Paul and Andy Hunter explore his new book - The A-Z of Secondary Leadership. Andy's personality, experience and wisdom shine through in the podcast as they do in the book. The book is written in an easily accessible format and style with, as expected from the title, chapters laid out a…
  continue reading
 
On today's show I engaged in an honest and open discussion on classroom behaviour and BFL approaches then and now with special guest, Coshia Belvet. Lots of practical classroom management takeaways. Behaviour is a form of communication. Check it out!By Teachers Talk Radio
  continue reading
 
This show is brought to you in partnership with SAGE education. Step inside the headteacher's world with Teachers Talk Radio as Hannah engages in a riveting conversation with Brian Walton, the seasoned headteacher and author of "Lessons from the Head's Office." In this unmissable episode, Brian peels back the curtain on the realities of school lead…
  continue reading
 
Wow, things are getting hectic! So many twists and turns. George, Shannon and Chrissy deep dive into the pros and cons of throwing a challenge (or not), idol threats, and there are so many questions about Kirby. And Shannon’s World of Survivor tackles cross-tribe advantages. Oh Kelli, you had one job … Join us each week for exclusive Australian Sur…
  continue reading
 
Tom is joined by two current supply teachers, Beth and Stuart, who share their experiences of working on supply. Beth shares her story of working as a supply teacher in 15 different London schools since September, including some shocking behaviour incidents she has had to face. Stuart is an experienced supply teacher, on his third 'stint'. He share…
  continue reading
 
Dive into the future of education with Teachers Talk Radio at the BETT show! This episode is a treasure trove of insights for educators, tech enthusiasts, and anyone passionate about the evolving landscape of learning. We kick off with some impromptu show floor interviews - enjoy Tom Rogers asking random people whether they like teachers or not! Ne…
  continue reading
 
Join Anna Hudson as she is in conversation with Kelly Allchin as they discus the question 'How do we create a meaningful, consistent and inclusive curriculum beyond the academic?' Kelly Allchin, is an Assisant Principle, Personal Development consultant and SMSC/Citizenship specialist. Kelly is passionate about the personal development of young peop…
  continue reading
 
As Holocaust Memorial Day 2024 passes, Tom is joined by senior leader James Griffiths and head of humanities Domonic Townsend to discuss the role of Holocaust education in History teaching today. They consider questions of curriculum, pedagogy and common student misconceptions, and why films like One Life do not tell the full story of Britain’s act…
  continue reading
 
For a long time, language teachers have been advised to only use English in the ELT, EFL or ESL classroom but recently, the tide has changed and there is greater acceptance, and in fact, encouragement, of the use of learners' Ll or other home languages in the classroom. Hoang Nguyen, a teacher in Vietnam, shares his thoughts on this in conversation…
  continue reading
 
Join us on 'The Late Show with James Radburn' for an episode on Teachers Talk Radio: 'Beyond Barriers: Tech as a Tool for Inclusive Education.' This week, educator Nicci Foote shares her journey and insights into using technology to make education accessible and engaging for all. With a focus on the transformative power of assistive tech, Nicci dis…
  continue reading
 
What skills do we want the leaders of tomorrow to have? I start by thinking about what is working currently and then think about how we can build on this to develop the leaders of tomorrow. Some fascinating insights from Utha Vallade about what has been happening in her school with some practical examples of strategies which have already had proven…
  continue reading
 
Join Paul as he chats to Professor Dr Rachel Lofthouse about their experience and views on the staffroom. Staff need each other The staffroom - a place for development, growth and learning Should management go into the staffroom? Does the staffroom contribute to T&L? Funny 'ouch' or 'haha'? Packed with vital insights for all teachers, in all settin…
  continue reading
 
Dust off January and welcome February with this Primary-themed chat. Ninety minutes of ramble, rants and rejoicing in all things teaching. Topics we covered included: The brilliance of the App, Notion. Copperbottoming: Solving the danger of Table Creep Should you use crocodiles to teach the inequality symbols (answer: yes you can) Me versus AI - ca…
  continue reading
 
Well, what a first week that was. Talk about getting straight into it. Our top Talking Tribal trio for this season – Shannon Guss, George Mladenov and Chrissy Zaremba – leave no stone unturned, and no stick unstuck, as they deep dive into the events of Week 1. Despite it being only the first week we’re seeing some strong tactical game play already,…
  continue reading
 
Dive into the dynamic world of education technology with Teachers Talk Radio's special BETT show podcast, brought to you in partnership with John Catt Educational Publishing and supported by Newline Interactive. In this exhilarating episode, we recap an inspiring three-day experience at Europe's largest education trade show, where the Teachers Talk…
  continue reading
 
Guest Em, a qualified SENCo and now full-time secondary English and Media teacher, discusses how she brings her SEN experience into the classroom and how schools can improve inclusion for all students. Host Rae argues ardently in favour of set classes and nurture groups.By Teachers Talk Radio
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide