A culture of improvement: How changes to teachers’ working conditions influence student outcomes

David Weston, CEO, Teacher Development Trust, UK Bethan Hindley, Head of Leadership Delivery, Teacher Development Trust, UK Maria Cunningham, Regional Delivery Lead, Education Endowment Foundation, UK Multiple teams of researchers have made significant efforts to summarise the research on the process and content of teacher professional development. However, these reviews, due to their methodology, tend […]

‘I did it!’: Valuing resilience in the Early Years

Verity Downing, Early Years Practitioner and Doctoral researcher, UK Practicing resilience is an ongoing and ever-changing life project, yet, by the time students leave the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and progress to Key Stage 1, it is expected that they will be ‘confident to try new activities and show independence, resilience and perseverance’ (Early […]

Approaches to decolonising and diversifying the curriculum: Secondary history

This case study is part of a series of short online learning courses on decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. Chartered College of Teaching members can access this learning for free. This is a case study from Module 4, ‘Approaches to decolonising and diversifying the curriculum’, of a series of 6 online courses. The module includes a […]

Webinar: The home learning environment – multilingualism and child-wellbeing

In this third joint webinar between NALDIC and the Chartered College of Teaching, Dr Napoleon Katsos, reader at the University of Cambridge and Dr Lisa-Maria Muller, Education Research Manager at the Chartered College of Teaching, explored the links between multilingualism in the family and child well-being. The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the role of children’s […]