Crista Hazell

Crista Hazell is a pedagogy and pastoral champion known for seeking out new and innovative teaching and learning strategies. Crista has been teaching in a range of secondary schools for 20 years and has been in Leadership for 19.
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Crista Hazell is a pedagogy and pastoral champion known for seeking out new and innovative teaching and learning strategies. Crista has been teaching in a range of secondary schools for 20 years and has been in Leadership for 19.

She has worked across the UK and internationally in Slovenia, Cyprus, Kuwait, Mongolia and Ghana with students, teachers and school leaders developing teaching, learning, relationships and behaviour.

She is an SLE for MFL for a number of Trusts, a pedagogy and pastoral champion known for seeking out new and innovative teaching and learning strategies which engage learners in their own learning journeys to help them become confident, inquisitive, happy and successful lifelong learners who can successfully navigate their way through challenges in school, education and beyond.

Saving time for teachers helping them to create engaging, relevant and memorable deep learning experiences whilst also sharing different perspectives on ‘assessment’.

Crista’s work has been published in educational books; There Is Another Way and The Working Class, magazines; Teachwire and The Guardian. She is also a blogger, Independent Thinking Associate and National Council Member for The Association for Language Learning, external member of the APPG for the National Languages Recovery Programme, Mental Health First Aider and has provided workshops and training for supporting schools to manage grief, loss and the bereavement process as well as working alongside school leaders to ensure leadership with humanity through grief.

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Her first book Independent Thinking on MFL – how to make modern foreign languages teaching exciting, inclusive and relevant has been reviewed gaining five stars from SchoolsWeek and 9.3/10 in UKEDChat magazine and much delight amongst MFL teachers in the UK and beyond.

Featured Topics Include:

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Behaviour, relationships and learning climates – Getting it right!
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Creativity
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Exams, revision and lucky socks
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Great teachers to great leaders
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Grief, bereavement and loss
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MFL
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Naked teaching – Stripping back learning to its bare essentials.
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Teaching & learning
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Pedagogy and practice
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Wellbeing is everyone’s responsibility
1
Behaviour, relationships and learning climates – Getting it right!
2
Creativity
3
Exams, revision and lucky socks
4
Great teachers to great leaders
5
Grief, bereavement and loss
6
MFL
7
Naked teaching – Stripping back learning to its bare essentials.
8
Teaching & learning
9
Pedagogy and practice
10
Wellbeing is everyone’s responsibility
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First of all, thank you so much for the weekend’s training. My staff keep talking about how much fun they had and that they truly felt they benefited from being in work for the two days. We already miss you!

Lower School Deputy Headteacher, Kuwait

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The training was superbly delivered and it really hit the spot on all three of our values: faith, excellence and respect. Crista did a great job of reinforcing some of our non-negotiable teaching and learning expectations

Headteacher Secondary School

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