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Thanks for taking this opportunity to discuss this, I feel fervently about this and I like learning about this subject.

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A curriculum of excellence was a great idea but slowly we saw that is another educational chimera.


Thanks for your comment. We do indeed need to grasp this leadership opportunity by taking an active role in its evolution. Teachers need to read the stuff that comes at them such as BC3 etc. We need to be informed and bring our professional experience to bear on those who lead us by saying what we think will work and what will not. The profession as a whole has to engage and make it work for them. This is what I mean by taking charge.


I totally agree with you!
ACfE is a fantastic opportunity for education. Abshire's response to it has so far been very disappointing. I am on the CfE committee at school and so far all we have discussed is one cross curricular event that will take place. Teachers need to embrace the leadership opportunity and push for change in the right direction. However, the majority of teachers appear in the dark over its principles or underlying research and seem only able to say "wooly" when asked their opinion of it.

How do you suggest we can ensure that "teachers take charge"?

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