Whisper it quietly: a lot of time is being wasted in a lot of schools. Actually, why are we whispering? What we should really be doing is calling this out – loudly! The job of schools is too important for us to keeping quiet. Schools are in the ‘transforming lives’ business. There is no time to waste!
In The Teaching Delusion: Why Teaching In Our Schools Isn’t Good Enough (And How We Can Make It Better), Bruce Robertson explored ‘delusions’ that are holding our schools back. In this sequel, The Teaching Delusion 2: Teaching Strikes Back, he digs deeper into three areas: curriculum, pedagogy and leadership. In doing so, he tackles the issue of time-wasting head-on.
By calling out specific delusions in each area, Robertson suggests strategies for dismantling these and offers a clear roadmap forward. Backed by a depth of research and a breadth of experience, The Teaching Delusion 2: Teaching Strikes Back will give teachers and school leaders the supportive shake-up they need, helping them to abandon practices that aren’t making the difference they should be, and to focus on the things that will really make the biggest difference to students in our schools.
About the Author
Bruce Robertson is the Rector of Berwickshire High School and author of The Teaching Delusion trilogy, published by John Catt Educational. As a chemistry teacher and senior leader, he has been working in education for almost 20 years.
In recent years, Bruce has been in high demand as a consultant and conference presenter. He works closely with primary and secondary schools, keeping teaching and learning improvement at the centre of everything he does. Teachers and school leaders are consistent in their praise for Bruce’s passion, clarity and inspirational messages.
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|No of pages||224|
|Publication Date||24 Sep 2021|