Supporting pupils with anxiety: Selected reading

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Teachers have a role to play in supporting children and adolescents to understand anxiety as part of the new RSHE curriculum, as well as needing to feel confident that they can support pupils with anxiety and recognise the impact it may have on the children they work with. This reading list collates articles and resources […]

The Early Career Framework Handbook: 2nd Edition

25% off for members! Teaching is a career-long journey of professional learning and development. The Chartered College of Teaching is on hand to help you every step of the way. This handbook guides you through all aspects of the Early Career Framework (ECF), supporting you through the full two-year programme. It is both useful and […]

Q&A with Ofsted: Small schools and the inspection framework

In this open webinar, chaired by Aimée Tinkler (Vice President, Chartered College of Teaching),  we talk to Mike Sheridan and Lee Owston from Ofsted on the underlying drivers of the Education Inspection Framework (EIF), particularly in respect of the unique and special context presented by small, rural schools. This webinar is offered in conjunction with […]

Module 5: Belonging in literature

This is the fifth in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. We recommend engaging with the modules in order. Get started with Module 1 here. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, […]

Module 6: Conversations about race

This is the sixth in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. We recommend engaging with the modules in order. Get started with Module 1 here. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, […]

Module 4: Approaches to decolonising and diversifying the curriculum

This is the fourth in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. We recommend engaging with the modules in order. Get started with Module 1 here. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, […]

Module 1: Defining decolonisation

This is the first in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, leaders and researchers. The courses will support you to increase your knowledge of our […]

Module 3: Why decolonise and diversify the curriculum?

This is the third in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. We recommend engaging with the modules in order. Get started with Module 1 here. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, […]

Module 2: Knowing our histories

This is the second in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. We recommend engaging with the modules in order. Get started with Module 1 here. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, […]

Education Research That Matters: Doing Research in Your Learning Community

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Learn how to analyse research data and communicate your research findings. Many teachers want to learn new knowledge and methods to improve their teaching, but it can be hard for someone outside of research communities to perform research of their own. On this course, you will learn how to do your own education research and […]

Education Research That Matters: Ways of Researching

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Learn about key education research methods and how to use them. Connecting insights from existing research to practice and building on this to design realistic and high-quality research projects can be challenging. Understanding research methods is crucial to making this simpler. On this course, you’ll get a grounding in the key research methods used in […]

Education Research that Matters: Applying Research to Your Teaching Practice

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Explore how engaging with research can transform your teaching practice. As an educator, research provides you with the opportunity to improve your teaching and better support your students. On this course, you’ll discover how to find education research, assess its quality, and apply its insights. You’ll explore and evaluate research from a range of online […]

How To Teach Online: Providing Continuity for Students

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Discover practical ways to teach and support your students online As the coronavirus pandemic spreads, there has been an increasing move towards teaching online as schools and universities shut. Even for experienced practitioners, this situation presents challenges. However, with the right knowledge, you can overcome the hurdles presented by teaching online and embrace its possibilities. On […]

African Education Research Database

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The online African Education Research Database (AERD) has been developed by the Research for Equitable Access and Learning (REAL) Centre at the University of Cambridge, in partnership with ESSA. The database aims to raise the visibility of African research, consolidate the evidence base for policy and practice, and inform future research priorities and partnerships. The AERD is […]