Provoking thoughts about education #4: On peer observation

Twenty seconds to really make you think – #4: On peer observation

Here’s provocative quote number 4. Another 15 second video to really make you think about where real quality improvement happens. From John Holt’s ‘How Children Fail’. Click the image to watch the very short video of the full quotation.


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‘There should be more situations in which two experienced teachers share the same class, teaching and observing the same group of kids, thinking and talking to each other, about what they see and hear.’

[John Holt, (1964) ‘How Children Fail’: Penguin, Page 34]

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