#brainstrust – Mark Priestley on input and output regulatory controls

Mark Priestley challenges the forum to think about whether asking questions about autonomy are the right questions to ask and introduces the concepts of input and output regulation, the former of which he suggest we need more of, the latter of which, he suggests erode autonomy, enforce conformity and inhibit change.

Mark Priestley talks about the performativity culture

#brainstrust – Rowena Arshad on interdisciplinarity and silo thinking

Here Rowena talks about the importance of the report for the School of Education at Moray House and highlights the need for more international collaboration and practice based research

Rowena Arshad at #brainstrust

#brainstrust – conformity and performativity : Peter Peacock and Mark Priestley

Mark and Peter respond to Iain White’s question on whether there was any general commitment among local authorities to school autonomy and offer their views on risk aversion and who drives the conformity agenda.

Peter Peacock and Mark Priestley discuss questions of risk aversion and conformity at #brainstrust

#brainstrust – Keir Bloomer on the role of inspection, the Building the Curriculum series, and exams

Keir Bloomer gives his take on how CfE has been interpreted and perceived constraints of the system

KB on inspection BTC etc