Zoe Enser @GreeboRunner
I was an English teacher and head of department for 20 years as well as a member of SLT with responsible for CPD and school improvement. I am currently the lead English advisor for The Education People, working with schools across Kent, and working with The Teacher Development Trust on their new National Professional Qualifications.
I regularly write for publications such as TES. School’s Week and Teach Secondary and am currently putting the finishing touches to my book on teaching Shakespeare, Bringing Forth the Bard. I also co-authored Generative Learning and The CPD Curriculum.
Mark Enser @EnserMark
I have been teaching for 18 years in a range of schools. I started in an inner city all girls school in Southampton before moving to an all boys CofE school in Worthing; this was less of a culture shock than I was expecting.
I am currently a head of department and research lead at a wonderful 11-18 mixed comprehensive in rural Sussex. When I am not teaching or planning I am probably out walking or reading somewhere.
I am a TES columnist and you can find my author’s page here. My first book looks at geographical pedagogy, Making Every Geography Lesson Count, and my second investigates how we can teach in an effective yet efficient way, Teach Like Nobody’s Watching. My third book looks at the idea of Powerful Knowledge and how it fits in a geography curriculum. Powerful Geography asks what the purpose of teaching our curriculum is and how it looks in practice. I also co-authored Generative Learning and The CPD Curriculum with Zoe.