Naylor's Natter in association with TDT

Naylor's Natter in association with TDT

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“Naylor’s natter…just talking to teachers” Podcast where my guests and I muse over the latest developments in teaching and learning , evidence and research, CPD and leadership. I speak to teachers, leaders and experts in their fields. Now proudly in association with the Teacher Development Trust Any views expressed by me are mine and not necessarily those of my employers!


The Power of Culture with Katie Ashford and Pritesh Raichura AND BBC Bitesize with Jordan Firth…………….CONTAINS DISCOUNT CODE INSIDE
May 29 • 156 min
A special podcast this week to mark the release of ‘The Power of Culture’ .We have interviews with authors from the ensemble cast of Michaela Teachers , namely Katie Ashford and friend of the show Pritesh Raichura. We also have an exclusive discount code…
The Difference with Kiran Gill and Putting Staff First with John Tomsett -discount code on PSF available inside
May 22 • 125 min
We are spoiling you with another double issue! This week we have interviews with The Difference founder and CEO Kiran Gill and Headteacher and author John Tomsett. WE ALSO HAVE A DISCOUNT CODE FOR PSF, LISTEN CAREFULLY!…
The Teaching Delusion with Bruce Robertson AND Kathryn Morgan interviews Chloe Woodhouse and Caroline Spalding
May 15 • 114 min
This week sees another double-header which are proving very popular during Lockdown. We have Bruce Robertson in conversation with Phil about his John Catt book ‘The Teaching Delusion’ and Kathryn Morgan in conversation with Chloe Woodhouse and Caroline…
‘Closing the Reading Gap’ with Alex Quigley and ‘Courage in The Classroom’ with Dr Catherine Lee
May 8 • 116 min
This week we are treating you the listeners to another bumper double edition. We are delighted to have interviews with the authors of 2 new education books , namely Alex Quigley and Dr Catherine Lee . Alex is interviewed by Bernie Kaye, a fantastic new…
Bumper double edition #teacher5aday with Martyn Reah AND education and culture blogger @mimmerr Molly
May 1 • 90 min
A special double edition this week featuring Martyn and Molly . Martyn’s natter is PRE lockdown (Feb half-term) and Molly’s is a lockdown recording Martyn Reah : about Martyn in his own words:https://martynreah.wordpress.com/about/ After 20 years of…
Leadership with Neil Gilbride interviewed by Emma Turner
Apr 24 • 68 min
This week sees a welcome return to the interviewers chair for Emma Turner . This week she is in conversation with Neil Gilbride and they are discussing all things leadership. This interview was recorded on 16th March in a pre-lockdown UK so please be…
How Learning Happens- with Dr. Carl Hendrick and Prof. Dr. Paul Kirschner
Apr 17 • 65 min
This week I am back in the interviewers chair to have a natter with 2 titans of education namely: Paul A. Kirschner is Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology at the Open University of the Netherlands as well as Guest Professor at the Thomas More…
Sir David Carter interviewed by Kathryn Morgan
Apr 10 • 77 min
Welcome to this week’s Naylor’s Natter, hopefully capturing the Zeitgeist of the continuing school ‘closures’ and lockdown. This script is being written over lunch during one of my days in school , can I add my thanks to all teaching colleagues going over…
Putting Staff First part 1 - Kathryn Morgan interviews Jonny Uttley . Promo code of PSF40 for listeners to get 40% off Putting Staff First.
Apr 3 • 59 min
Update - promo code of PSF40 for listeners to get 40% off Putting Staff First. Visit https://www.johncattbookshop.com/titles In this weeks natter , Kathryn is in conversation with Jonny on leadership and how it is vital at times like this. Podcast…
The case for an ed tech revolution with Daisy Christodoulou
Mar 27 • 70 min
*******This week’s interview was recorded some weeks ago so please bear that in mind when listening******* This week I am in conversation with Daisy Christodoulou . Daisy is the Director of Education at No More Marking, a provider of online Comparative…
Tom Sherrington on Teaching Walkthrus - book available on John Catt Bookshop
Mar 20 • 53 min
This week sees the welcome return of Tom Sherrington to talk through his new book (with Oliver Caviglioli) entitled Teaching Walkthrus. Teaching Walkthrus are 5 step guides for instructional coaching. The natter: The first question is why? What are the…
Tom Bennett on Behaviour and ResearchED
Mar 13 • 59 min
This week Teacher Development Trust CEO David Weston interviews Tom Bennett on behaviour, his work with the DfE on behaviour hubs, creating a culture and the mighty ResearchEd movement . Tom Bennett is the founder of researchED, a grass-roots organisation…
Bad School Leadership with Omar Akbar (aka Teacher’s Manual)
Mar 6 • 47 min
This weeks I am in conversation with Omar Akbar; Teacher, Author- The Unofficial Teacher’s Manual: What they don’t teach you in training; Bad School Leadership (and what to do about it) . We are nattering about school leadership, the good and the bad!…
Cath Murray on Alternative Provision and John Catt sponsorship announcement! POD30.
Feb 28 • 57 min
Cath Murray now slays dragons for @csjthinktank leading on alternative provision. Content producer for @EducationFest. Formerly@SchoolsWeek&@FEWeek . We are in conversation about alternative provision and exclusions. What is IntegratED? The IntegratED…
Half-term bonanza with Emma Turner interviewing Sam Twiselton AND Jude Hunton interviewing Christine Counsell
Feb 21 • 73 min
In this week’s extended half-term special, we have Emma Turner interviewing Sam Twiselton OBE on Early Career Framework and much more. We also have Jude Hunton ‘live’ from Educating Lincs which took place earlier this month. TDT Section We have Maria and…
GROWING GREAT TEACHERS: IMPROVE NOT PROVE with Chris Moyse
Feb 14 • 45 min
Chris Moyse is a nationally acclaimed trainer and consultant with over 30 years of experience in education. A teacher for 18 years, he was a successful Head of Physical Education and went on to become a Teaching and Learning consultant for Somerset Local…
Tom Rogers on Leadership, CPD , blogging, podcasting and teachmeet icons.
Feb 7 • 56 min
Tom Rogers is an experienced teacher and middle leader, having worked at schools in the UK for 9 years and internationally for 4 as a history teacher, head of history and latterly assistant headteacher. He is now back in the UK. Toms passion is in making…
Jack Worth from NFER on Teacher autonomy: how does it relate to job satisfaction and retention?
Jan 31 • 29 min
This weeks special edition is presented by the Chief Executive of (our friends and podcast partners) The Teacher Development Trust, David Weston. David is in conversation with Jack Worth, Jack is an education economist at the NFER. Jack is the School…
Education Exposed with Sam Strickland aka Strickomaster
Jan 24 • 51 min
This week I am joined by Sam Strickland, Principal of The Duston School . Sam describes himself as:Principal, martial artist, historian, believer in knowledge. Organiser of ResearchED Northampton. In this weeks podcast we chat about Sam’s new book…
Boys don’t try? With Matt Pinkett
Jan 17 • 64 min
There is a significant problem in our schools: too many boys are struggling. The list of things to concern teachers is long. Disappointing academic results, a lack of interest in studying, higher exclusion rates, increasing mental health issues, sexist…
Matthew Evans-Leaders With Substance: An Antidote to Leadership Genericism in Schools
Jan 10 • 62 min
Matthew Evans is a headteacher, author and blogger. Leaders With Substance: An Antidote to Leadership Genericism in Schools is available now on Amazon. Follow @head_teach on Twitter. Gentle introduction- tell us about your journey to this point and how…
#WomenEd and #10% braver with Vivienne Porritt interviewed by Kathryn Morgan
Jan 3 • 62 min
Welcome to the first Naylor’s Natter of 2020. This is also our 1 year anniversary so a great opportunity to thank those of you that have been on the journey since 4th January 2019 and to welcome those of you new to the podcast. This weeks sees the…
Mentally Healthy Schools and the work of a Teaching School with Lisa Fathers ***STOP PRESS-PLUS BIG NEWS***
Dec 27, 2019 • 49 min
This week I am in conversation with Director of Teaching School partnerships at the Alliance for Learning Lisa Fathers. Lisa has taught English and Drama for a number of years in several schools and was a middle leader, senior leader and Deputy…
Curriculum- from Gallimaufry to coherence with Mary Myatt
Dec 20, 2019 • 68 min
This week I am in conversation with Mary Myatt on her book Curriculum- From Gallimaufry to coherence Mary Myatt is an education adviser, writer and speaker. She works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the…
Chart Countdown- Most listened to Naylor’s Natter’s of 2019
Dec 15, 2019 • 2 min
A homage to Top of the Pops , its a lighthearted chart rundown of this years most listened to podcasts. No offence meant , only huge gratitude! I do not own the music - credit to Paul Hardcastle and his track ‘The Wizard’ which just happened to be on the…
Nuts about teaching with Neil Almond
Dec 13, 2019 • 51 min
This week I am in conversation with Primary research and evidence guru Neil Almond . Neil has been on a journey of discovery , from incorporating research into his own teaching through to presenting at rED events . We discuss this journey and the…
The Educated Guess with Warwick Sharp
Dec 6, 2019 • 42 min
This week I am in conversation with Warwick Sharp on his book ‘The Educated Guess’ Warwick Sharp has a decade of experience in education policy. Before that, Warwick taught in a secondary school and had responsibility for careers provision. He has been…
#teacher5aday week and teacher wellbeing with Bukky Yusuf
Nov 29, 2019 • 36 min
This weeks natter is with Bukky Yusuf and is timed to coincide with the eve of #teacher5aday week starting 2nd December. Bukky Yusuf is a Secondary Science Teacher, Consultant and Qualified Coach. Bukky has worked in education for over two decades and…
Inclusive practice with Jules Daulby
Nov 22, 2019 • 70 min
Jules Daulby is a literacy and inclusion expert, podcaster of The Inclusive Classroom and co-founder and national leader of #WomenEd, a grassroots organisation created to support existing and aspiring women leaders. She started out her teaching career as…
Wholesome Leadership with Tom Rees
Nov 15, 2019 • 72 min
Tom is the Executive Headteacher of Simon de Senlis Primary School and currently work across eleven primary schools as the Education Director of Northampton Primary Academy Trust. Tom is a former Advanced Skills Teacher who has spent the last 17 years…
Curriculum-Athena versus the Machine with Martin Robinson
Nov 8, 2019 • 55 min
This week I am in conversation with Educationalist, Author, Writer,Consultant, Orator and Liberal Artist Mr Martin Robinson. Martin is a Teacher with 20 years experience working in state schools in London. Martin was an AST,Head of Department,Head of…
VESPA mindset with Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin
Nov 1, 2019 • 63 min
This week I am joined by Steve Oakes and Martin Griffin and we are discussing their VESPA system looking at the importance of non-cognitive skills in educational success . This episode really helped me get back to the roots of what this podcast is all…
Pupil Premium with Marc Rowland
Oct 25, 2019 • 63 min
This week I am in conversation with Pupil Premium and vulnerable learners champion Marc Rowland. Marc is a Research School Director, an author and (he wouldn’t admit this himself-he’s way too modest) an expert on the use of the Pupil Premium. We discuss…
The work of the Chartered College with Dame Alison Peacock
Oct 18, 2019 • 60 min
This week on Naylor’s natter , I am delighted to be joined by Dame Alison Peacock, the Chief Executive of the Chartered College of Teaching . Professor Dame Alison Peacock was appointed in August 2016 and became the Chartered College’s Chief Executive on…
Parents and Teachers for Excellence with Mark Lehain
Oct 11, 2019 • 44 min
This week on Naylor’s natter I am Joined by Mark Lehain. Mark is the Director of Parents and Teachers for excellence whose mission is to ensure that every school child should have an excellent education and great prospects regardless of their background.…
Making the leadership leap with Dr Jill Berry
Oct 4, 2019 • 60 min
This week on Naylor’s natter in association with the Teacher Development Trust I am in conversation with Dr Jill Berry. Jill taught for 30 years carrying out seven different jobs in six different schools after beginning her teaching career as a secondary…
Doug Lemov on Teach Like a Champion and Reading Reconsidered.
Sep 27, 2019 • 50 min
This week I am Joined by teacher, author and all round education guru Doug Lemov. In this podcast we talk about the massive impact Teach Like A Champion 2.0 has had on the teaching profession . Doug talks about Uncommon Schools and the art of teaching and…
Responsive Teaching with Jonathan Clucas
Sep 20, 2019 • 67 min
This week I am in conversation with inspirational Layton Primary School Headteacher Jonathan Clucas. I am fortunate to work closely with Jonathan through our work with the Blackpool Research School. This podcast was prompted by Layton’s inclusion in Ross…
Gender Equality and EdTech with Nicole Ponsford . TDT on Equality, Career development and fairness.
Sep 13, 2019 • 58 min
This week on the podcast, I am in conversation with Nicole Ponsford . Nicole describes herself as working in ‘the corners of ed and tech’ . She is a teacher, an EdDoctorate Researcher, CEO and founder of the Gender Equality Collective . She is also a TES…
Unleashing Great Teaching with David Weston
Sep 6, 2019 • 40 min
This week I am in conversation with the Teacher Development Trust CEO David Weston. This conversation marks the start of the podcasts proud and new association with TDT . This will bring expertise from the team in weekly inputs and will further broaden…
Powerful Knowledge with Professor Michael Young
Aug 30, 2019 • 40 min
In this conversation directly following #rED Rugby , I ask Professor Young about: The themes of his presentation The idea of powerful knowledge and its influence on current educational policy Social mobility and social justice The re-professionalisation…
Stop talking about wellbeing with Kat Howard
Aug 23, 2019 • 54 min
This week I am in conversation with Kat about LitDrive , maternity CPD, WomenEd and Imposter syndrome . We talk in depth about her new book which is called ‘Stop talking about wellbeing’ and is available here:…
NewEd ,TES articles and being a CPD and research lead with Emma Turner
Aug 16, 2019 • 48 min
I ask Emma about her exciting new project NewED , her writing for TES and her role as research and CPD lead . We also discuss the importance of the Chartered College and Bucks Fizz! Here are some of the topics for discussion: Usual intro -journey to this…
Teaching for Mastery with Mark McCourt
Aug 9, 2019 • 89 min
This week I am discussing Mark’s new book ‘Teaching for Mastery’ , which is now available as a kindle edition. This is a full and frank discussion (with some language to match) which takes in all aspects of the book and more besides including: Could you…
Powerful Teaching with Patrice Bain
Aug 2, 2019 • 39 min
This week I am in conversation with Patrice Bain about her and Pooja Agarwal’s new book Powerful Teaching in the second of my summer specials About Patrice Patrice M. Bain, Ed.S. is passionate about student success using research-based strategies. As a…
Evaluating Professional Development with Thomas R. Guskey, Ph.D.
Jul 25, 2019 • 50 min
This weeks natter is with the distinguished Dr Thomas R Guskey. We discuss professional development and the importance of evaluating CPD. I ask Tom about his seminal piece of research: Does It Make a Difference? Evaluating Professional Development About…
Series 3 Episode 5 with Chris Wardle
Jul 16, 2019 • 44 min
In this week’s natter we discuss plans Chris’s plans for CPD next year to include: No formal observations No requirement for particular marking (regularity or pen colour) No data driven PM targets Embed a coaching culture This natter puts some detail on…
Season 3 Episode 4- Kate Jones on her book ‘Love to teach’
Jul 10, 2019 • 51 min
In this weeks podcast I have a natter with Kate about her book which i am a big fan of! The reason I like this book is that it combines the latest educational research with examples of exactly what this looks like in your classroom. The book is filled…
Season 3 Episode 3- Kathryn Morgan on CPD, the work of Thomas Guskey and evaluation.
Jul 3, 2019 • 44 min
In this weeks episode Kathryn and I natter about the importance of good CPD , developing a culture of professional learning and the work of Thomas Guskey. Guskey: Does It Make a Difference? Evaluating Professional Development…
Season 3 Episode 2- IEE Director Jonathan Haslam on evidence from the frontline
Jun 25, 2019 • 33 min
Jonathan Haslam is the Director of the Institute for the Institute for Effective Education . We talk about engaging with evidence and empowering educators with evidence. We talk about the IEE ‘Engaging with evidence’ guide , best evidence in brief and…
Season 3 Episode 1 - EEF’s Iggy Rhodes on Improving Behaviour in Schools
Jun 18, 2019 • 39 min
This week I am in conversation with EEF’s Iggy Rhodes abut the new EEF guidance report on ‘Improving behaviour in schools’ which she co-authored with Michelle Long. We talk about: EEF and the What works network The process of writing a report like this…
Season 2 Episode 8 - with Ruth Walker
Jun 11, 2019 • 33 min
This week: Lead Practitioner, writer and rED presenter Ruth Walker In this interview ahead of rED Rugby on Saturday 15th June, Ruth and I discuss the work of Professor Michael Young and the concept of ‘Powerful Knowledge’. We also discuss curriculum…
Season 2 Episode 7 with Oli Cav
Jun 4, 2019 • 34 min
In the week of the release of ‘Dual coding for teachers’ , we discuss the work of Paivio and Clark, Sweller and others. We talk about the recent popularity of cognitive science and how it has shone a light on dual coding . We natter about cog sci and…
Season 2 Episode 6 with Mark Enser
May 29, 2019 • 39 min
In this weeks Natter I speak to Head of Geography, Research Lead and author Mark Enser. We discuss the following research paper and its application in schools: Retrieval-Based Learning: A Perspective for Enhancing Meaningful Learning…
Season 2 Episode 6 with Mark Enser
May 28, 2019 • 39 min
In this weeks Naylor’s Natter I speak to Head of Geography, Research Lead and author Mark Enser. We discuss the following research paper and its application in schools: Retrieval-Based Learning: A Perspective for Enhancing Meaningful Learning…
Season 2- Episode 5 with Tom Sherrington @teacherhead on Rosenshine’s Principles in action.
May 20, 2019 • 37 min
In this podcast Tom and I discuss Barak Rosenshine’s Principles of instruction and his new book: Rosenshine’s principles in action…
Season 2 Episode 4 - Professor Daniel Muijs
May 16, 2019 • 33 min
In this episode Simon Cox and I talk to Professor Muijs about the new Education Inspection Framework 2019 . We ask him about his development of the research commentary underpinning the new framework and what research is important for teachers. We discuss…
Season 2 Episode 4 with Louise Lewis
May 9, 2019 • 23 min
In this episode, I ask Louise about her fantastic blog ‘Research Leads-what’s all the fuss about?’ . We talk evidence, research and becoming critical consumers. Louise is: Research Lead, biologist, AHoD, MCCT, AQA examiner and avid tea enthusiast. Louise…
Season 2 Episode 3A- Pritesh Raichura
May 3, 2019 • 29 min
Pritesh discussed this on the podcast: Link to paper: http://www.cogtech.usc.edu/publications/kirschner_Sweller_Clark.pdf Link to blog: https://bunsenblue.wordpress.com Twitter: @Mr_Raichura Michaela Community School Science Teacher:…
Season 2 Episode 3- Pritesh Raichura
May 3, 2019 • 29 min
Pritesh discussed this on the podcast: Link to paper: http://www.cogtech.usc.edu/publications/kirschner_Sweller_Clark.pdf Link to blog: https://bunsenblue.wordpress.com Twitter: @Mr_Raichura Michaela Community School Science Teacher:…
Season 2 Episode 2- Liam Webb
Apr 25, 2019 • 26 min
Season 2 of this fast-growing podcast where I discuss with teachers their use of academic research in their lessons. Liam discusses his use of Research including this paper: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1937-8327.1993.tb00572.x From…
Season 2 Episode 1 with Amy Forrester
Apr 11, 2019 • 25 min
Amy on twitter https://twitter.com/amymayforrester Amy’s blog https://defyingstarsteaching.wordpress.com rED Rugby https://researched.org.uk/event/researched-rugby-2019/ rED Blackpool takeaways…
Episode 6- Bethan Hindley
Mar 8, 2019 • 20 min
In the episode, Bethan and I discuss her use of evidence and research in her teaching career . We discuss her new role with TDT and how listening to podcasts provided her with access to some research and evidence . Audio warning-its loud! My bad……. Here…
Episode 5 with Ben Gordon
Feb 25, 2019 • 24 min
Links to: Principles of Instruction paper - http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/Educational_Practices/EdPractices_21.pdf Principles of Instruction summary from American Federation of Teachers -…
Episode 4- Jess Walmsley
Feb 8, 2019 • 17 min
Episode 4 discussing “Why minimal guidance during instruction does not work” ttps://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1207/s15326985ep4102 with https://twitter.com/mrsjw93 —- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/naylorsnatter/message
Bumper Episode 3- Dr Gary Jones
Jan 29, 2019 • 53 min
In this episode Dr Gary Jones natters with me about this article in the TES https://england.magazine.tes.com/editions/edition_edition_edition_5332.england/data/387761/index.html in which I propose a version of Disciplined Inquiry as part of teachers…
Episode 2- Interview with TDT’s John Collier
Jan 24, 2019 • 22 min
In this episode, I am talking to John about his work with his teaching school, his work with the Teacher Development Trust and his use of research and evidence . We also discuss his forthcoming presentation at rED Blackpool. Here is a link to the guidance…
Episode 1 -Interview with Blackpool Research School Director Simon Cox
Jan 17, 2019 • 23 min
The first ‘proper’ episode in which I ask Simon about the impact research and evidence have had on him as both a teacher and the Director of Blackpool Research School . We also talk about the upcoming ResearchED event in Blackpool and Simon’s role in…
Taster episode 2- formulating interview questions
Jan 11, 2019 • 7 min
In this second taster, I will be looking at the questions I have drafted to ask our teachers . They focus primarily on the effect research has had on their practice, their professional development and their pupils. I am also inviting suggestions for…
Naylor’s natter-what’s coming up in episode 1
Jan 4, 2019 • 2 min
A new podcast where teachers are asked about the influence research and evidence has had on their practice. Leaders in schools also discuss the importance of professional learning and how they provide high quality environments for their teachers and…