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Transforming Teaching and Learning describes in theoretical and practical detail how the widely acclaimed Critical Skills Programme addresses all the current priority isssues of UK education in a uniquely powerful and comprehensive way.
Colin Weatherly is a former secondary headteacher in West Lothian amd Edinburgh. In 1998 he discovered CSP in an American INSET video series. Network Educational Press were so impressed with the videos and other CSP materials that they negotiated the exclusive rights to promote CSP in the UK and asked Colin to take on the role of UK Critical Skills Manager. Bruce Bonney is a former middle school teacher in New York State. He trained in CSP in 1990, and after several years of teaching with the model joined the Critical Skills Programme headquarters staff. He is now President of Leading EDGE LLC, which organises all CSP training in New York State. Since early 2000 he has also worked closely with Network Educational Press to develop UK CSP training. John Kerr is head of the history department at Balerno Community High School, Edinburgh, and a senior examiner with the Scottish Qualifications Authority. He was one of the first UK teachers to undertake CSP training in February 2000 and has recently become an accredited CSP trainer. Jo Morrison was the first UK teacher to become an accredited CSP trainer. She works with 15 to 16 year-old underachieving and disaffected students at Tresham Institute, Kettering. CSP has given a solid framework to her work and has revitalised Jo not only but also her students.
Bruce F. Bonney, Colin Weatherley, Jo Morrison, John Kerr