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Tip Tips for understanding and addressing school avoidance with consultant educational and child psychologist, Dr Tina Rae. This webinar is designed for school-based teaching staff, Heads of Year, SENDCOs, Senior Leaders, support staff and other associated professionals to access and will provide effective evidence-based strategies and support systems for addressing school avoidance.
Using education technology to enhance teaching and learning in the classroom and beyond.
This webinar brings together teachers from a range of settings to consider how they are supporting pupils in the school to understand bereavement.
Chris Moyse will share the thinking, extensive research and practicalities behind a way of working that champions staff development yet also addresses recruitment, retention, and staff wellbeing.
The Chartered College of Teaching and nasen are delighted to announce a roundtable discussion.
Rosenshine's Principles: Sequencing concepts and Modelling, with Tom Sherrington
The Chartered College of Teaching and Education Support are delighted to announce a roundtable discussion with Professor Dame Alison Peacock and Sinéad Mc Brearty.
Join us as we bring together women who are leaders in the field of education to hear their stories of inclusion, leadership, and equity.
This webinar addresses the noted gap in the teachers’ workforce by ethnic background and its disproportionality to the pupils they teach.
This webinar brings together teachers from a range of settings to consider how they are supporting pupils to understand the use of social media.
The Worshipful Company of Educators and the Chartered College of Teaching explore what using digital technology to support learning could be like in 2023 and beyond. This hybrid in-person and online session will introduce implications from research, examples of high impact practice, and importantly will provide opportunities for meaningful discussion about the roles and actions of teachers, leaders and researchers - supporting greater precision when thinking about digital technology to support learning.
Rosenshine's Principles: Questioning, with Tom Sherrington
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