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The RM Education Lectures collect together presentations that have taken place at various events organised by RM. Many of the individuals who have been kind enough to take part have either directly or indirectly influenced education in some way.
Because these presentations have wide appeal we're happy to extend access to the events via podcasts, videos and online. Each time we have a new presentation we will add the files here, so make sure you keep coming back, or better still, subscribe via iTunes or the RSS data feed.
Mike Gibbons, CEO of the Innovation Unit, comments on how the needs of learners have changed and discusses the role schools, educators and publishers must play to make sure that our education system meets their needs.
Sir Michael Wilshaw, Principal of the Mossbourne Community Academy, talks about his life as a head teacher and reflects on the good, the bad and the ugly things that have happened in education during that time.
Dame Mary MacDonald shares her views on putting fun back into the primary classroom. Hear about why she feels the primary curriculum need not be so academic and how Mary has achieved success for her school and recognition from both the local education authority and Ofsted.