Knowing Me, Knowing Ed-U: Daisy Christodoulou
Many people who are well known for their work in education have such interesting backgrounds and stories to tell, although many of us don’t get to hear them. The aim of this podcast series is to learn a bit more about these people.
We sit down for a chat over a cup of tea, a glass of wine or a beer to find out a bit more about them – what were they like at school? What did they do after school? How did they come to work in education? And in every episode we ask for three favourite pieces of music.
Whatever we discuss, every podcast episode ends with the same question: If you were in charge of the education system for a day, what one policy or structural change would you make?
In this episode we chat with Daisy Christodoulou, Teacher and Director of Education at No More Marking. We talk school life, growing-up amidst east end street markets, captaining the Warwick University Challenge team, music hall songs, teaching, Comparative Judgement and more. Our conversation is interspersed with Daisy’s three song choices and we finish with the usual big question.
As well as listening to the podcast, you can find out more about Daisy and her work through these links:
- Find out more about what Comparative Judgement and No More Marking has to offer
- Take a look at Daisy’s books
- Follow Daisy’s work on her blog
If you haven’t already, do check out the previous episodes of Knowing Me Knowing Ed-U with Alison Peacock, Geoff Barton and Sugata Mitra. Do you have suggestions for future guests of Knowing Me Knowing Ed-U? Who would you like to hear from? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.