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A Good Educational Read - Professor John MacBeath
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LfL is hosting a seventh seminar on ‘a good educational read’, in which we invite distinguished colleagues to look back on their careers in education and select books and articles they would recommend.
This seminar is sure to be a fascinating event for everyone, providing an inspirational reading list and an opportunity to discuss what makes a good educational read.
Professor John MacBeath will be discussing his chosen eight publications and their contribution to educational thinking, practice and policy.
This talk is part of the Leadership for Learning: The Cambridge Network series.
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