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How do we better support career progression in our schools?

How we can support teacher career progression is the subject of much debate, and has…

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Why not giving up on a child is the most rewarding thing you can

Please note, parts of this webinar recording have been edited out due to connection issues…

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Dialogic Teaching Revisited - More important now than ever?

Back in 2001, Professor Robin Alexander of Cambridge University coined the term ‘dialogic teaching’ for…

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Working Memory and Executive Functions and SEND: Implications for

Executive functions, including working memory, inhibition and cognitive flexibility, play a crucial role in the…

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How Learning Happens

In this online panel discussion chaired by Cat Scutt (Director for Education Research, Chartered College of Teaching), Paul…

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Rethinking Assessment

The Chartered College of Teaching hosted a discussion chaired by Dame Alison Peacock (Chief Executive, Chartered…

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How to Support All Learners Part 2: More Able

In this Early Career Hub: Live webinar recording, Dr. Lisa-Maria Muller (Education Research Manager, Chartered College…

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Primary STEM Remote Teaching and Learning

In this webinar recording chaired by Alison Peacock (Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching), Louise Stubberfield (Primary Science…

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How to support all learners Part 1: SEND

In this Early Career Hub: Live webinar, Joe Treacy (Head of Membership, Chartered College of Teaching) is joined by Vijita…

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Effective teaching for EAL learners

In this interactive CPD webinar co-hosted by NALDIC, Dr Naomi Flynn (Chair of the Events…

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Non-Eurocentric Curriculum

In our fourth and final Early Career Fest session, Marlon Moncrieffe (Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of…

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Evidence informed teaching practices in the classroom

In our third Early Career Fest session led by Lisa-Maria Muller, Paul Kirschner and Elizabeth Mountstevens delivered presentations…