Intelligent Accountability – an overview

2020-10-24T10:53:53+01:00

My new book, Intelligent Accountability: Creating the conditions for teachers to thrive is back from the printers and will be shipping soon. The argument I make is that while accountability is wholly necessary for teachers to thrive it is too often applied unintelligently and so backfires. I discuss a set of principles designed to get the best out of teachers, thereby getting the best from your students. And when I say ‘best’, I categorically do not mean piling stress onto teachers in the hope of gaming exam results. By creating the conditions for teachers to thrive, we are likely to get [...]