Professor David Hopkins is widely acknowledged to be one of the foremost thinkers about school improvement and how to put it on a sustainable footing. He has written a lot for TeachingTimes and here we collect his articles and some wider links to give an over-view of his thinking and strategies for implementing change in schools
Graham Handscomb explores the integral relationship between professional development, enquiry and research engagement.
David Godfrey and Graham Handscomb explore the concept of the school as part of an ecosystem and the contribution of research engagement at all its levels.
Graham Handscomb considers the power of research engagement and what is needed to fulfil its long heralded potential to transform professional learning.
Graham Handscomb explores the contribution of school-university partnerships to professional learning and the features that can help to make them more effective.
Graham Handscomb highlights the important part cultural context plays in professional learning and leadership development.
In this article Chris Brown, Rachel Lofthouse and Graham Handscomb signal a
forthcoming new approach to Professional Development Today.
Graham Handscomb introduces this special double issue with its focus on school to school collaboration, system improvement and healthy leadership … and implications for professional development.
Graham Handscomb argues that effective professional development has to have learning at its core.