inTuition 36 - summer 2019

Welcome from Martin Reid

Martin Reid SmbI am delighted to introduce your summer issue of inTuition, which includes an interview with Professor John Hattie, whose work has had a profound effect on the way we think about teaching and learning. 

The sheer amount of data Professor Hattie has analysed and synthesised in attempting to find out what works best in supporting successful learning outcomes is mind-boggling. I thoroughly recommend reading the interview on page 10.

I’m also very pleased to see some of our Fellows featured on pages 24 and 25. Like Advanced Teacher Status (which David Russell writes about opposite), Fellowship of SET is a great way in which members can demonstrate their experience and engagement in the sector as senior practitioners.

The same is true of those involved in running and supporting SET’s Local Network Groups, some of whom are Fellows. LNGs are grassroots communities of professional practice. LNG members set their own agendas and we at SET help with practical stuff like securing speakers and venues. You can hear from some of our LNG leaders on pages 26 and 27.

Congratulations too to the new members of the SET Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG) (see page 5). Wishing all members a fantastic summer.

To download inTuition 36 - summer issue, you need to be logged in as a SET member. Our supplements and posters are available to all. 

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Martin Reid is Director of SET. 

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