09 November 2009

On teachers' admin workload

A brief but thorough summary of the bureaucratic workload which besets primary school teachers in particular--and we though we had it bad in post-compulsory education... From Mark Berthelemy's blog.

As ever, what does this say about the way in which teaching "professionalism" is regarded by the powers that be?

On the other hand, is that "professional" label earned?


At 7:50 AM , Blogger Mark said...

Thanks James,

I looked at teacher professionalism in an earlier post; http://www.learningconversations.co.uk/main/index.php/2009/11/01/rebuilding-teacher-professionalism?blog=5

It's vital that teachers return from just being "technicians".


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