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Carol Dweck, Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology at Stanford University and the woman behind Growth Mindset theory, explains how her theory has been misinterpreted, what she has to say to her critics and her efforts to create a growth mindset pedagogy

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Professors Robert and Elizabeth Bjork are among the world's leading researchers into memory and learning. For this podcast, they discuss what teachers need to know about memory and explain how group work, tailoring content to student interests and testing are key to helping students retain knowledge. 

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In the second episode of Tes Podagogy - the Tes podcast all about teaching and learning – Dylan Wiliam, emeritus professor of assessment at UCL Institute of Education author of books including Inside the Black Box, talks about the complex relationship between education research and classroom practice and ruminats upon everything from Dweck's Mindset theory to John Sweller's Cogntiive Load Theory. 

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In the first episode of Tes Podagogy - the Tes podcast all about teaching and learning – Daisy Christodoulou, author of Seven Myths About Education and Making Good Progress – explains why assessment is important, how teachers can do it better and why it's much more interesting than some would have you believe. 

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April 21, 2017  

Join the Tes team as we discuss the week’s biggest talking points in the world of education. We talk about what the general election could mean for education and we discuss the main concerns that emerged from the teacher union conferences over the Easter holidays. We explore the challenges that teachers could face if they seek popularity and we give a preview to our 20 year anniversary piece about Tony Blair's legacy for education in next week's magazine. Tune in and enjoy. 

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March 24, 2015  

Stonewall is a charity which works to achieve equality and justice for lesbians, gay men and bisexual people. In this episode of the TES FE Podcast, Sarah Simons talks to Hannah Kibridge of Stonewall about how to combat homophobic language and celebrate diversity in colleges.

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March 24, 2015  

In this Christmas episode of the TES FE Podcast Sarah Simons chats with Reverend Kate Bottley. As well as being an Anglican priest, mum, wife and star of Channel 4’s Gogglebox, Reverend Kate is the chaplain of an FE college. Here she discusses support for students, vulnerability & giving out gorillas.

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March 24, 2015  

In this Ofsted special of the TES FE Podcast, our very own Sarah Simons is in conversation with Lorna Fitzjohn, Ofsted’s Director of FE & Skills, asking questions sent in by education professionals from all around the UK.

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March 24, 2015  

In this episode, Sarah Simons learns about the FE and skills system in Brazil from the Association of Colleges' International Manager, Ayesha Williams. Sarah also talks to two FE leaders who have embarked on an international shadowing project, Peter Mayhew-Smith, Principal of Kingston and Carshalton College and his counterpart, Patterson Patricio de Souza, a Professor and Director from a large college in the state of Minas Gerais, in Brazil.

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March 24, 2015  

In this episode of The TES FE Podcast our very own Sarah Simons is joined by Tony Payne of Canterbury College, just as he came off stage at the AoC Conference after collecting the College’s Beacon Award. Sarah’s second guest is President of the National Union of Students, Toni Pearce who discusses the value of learner voice in helping colleges become relevant and responsive to local communities.

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