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Sander’s session resulted in everyone leaving the room feeling ten feet tall

Recently our HE institution recruited Student Ambassadors for the first time therefore I wanted them to have a unique and informative training programme that would not only equip them with the basic tools they need to be successful in their role but an opportunity to understand why we chose them. Sander’s session resulted in everyone leaving the room feeling ten feet tall, including myself and it’s actually very difficult to put into words how he did this! But the results speak volumes with regards to how everybody felt afterwards. He is an eloquent and sophisticated communicator and makes everything seem achievable. He motivated the room, boosted everyone’s confidence and equipped our Student Ambassadors with the tools they need to deliver exceptional presentations and engage with our students effectively. Thank you Sander for helping us show our Student Ambassadors how brilliant they are and encouraging them to believe in themselves.

Abi Calderwood-White - Somerset County Officer - Next Steps South West (NCOP)
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Teachmeet Oxford

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On Thursday 15th December I had the pleasure of attending my first Teachmeet – #TMOXFORD at The Cheney School in Oxford, hosted by Amjad Ali. ...

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Recommendations

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This week I received a call from a senior teacher in Hertfordshire. He mentioned to me, that whilst on a night out, MADE had been ...

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Meta-cognition

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  ‘Meta-cognition’ instruction has been highlighted in the Sutton Trust EEF Toolkit (see here) as one of the most effective interventions in closing the attainment ...

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Why CPD?

CPD (Continuing Professional Development) Research shows, that to effect a change and move towards a new behaviour in an academic institution it is most effective ...

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Defining Leadership

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  In modern educational institutions good leaders are an enabling force, helping their staff to perform and develop. This implies that an alignment is achieved between ...

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