How to Secure That Teaching Job Twitter Chat – 2 March 2016

How to Secure That Teaching Job Twitter Chat – 2 March 2016
If you’re looking for a new teaching job or would like to hone your application and interview skills, then don’t miss our next exclusive Twitter Chat. On Wednesday, 2 March 2016, 12 – 1pm, our panel of experts will be sharing their knowledge on how you can stand out from other candidates including key points to consider when applying as well as tips for making the right impression during the all-important interview stage... Read More...

Survey of parents about their children’s internet usage

Survey of parents about their children’s internet usage
A new study of 3000 parents of children aged between 12 and 15 years old by Stop Procrastinating, the productivity website, has discovered that a majority of parents have found that their children using social media and browsing the web when they should be sleeping. The resulting drop in concentration the next day at school had a marked impact on school performance. Read More...

FREE online distance learning courses in MFL

FREE online distance learning courses in MFL
Do you currently teach or wish to teach French or Spanish in Primary schools? Are you looking to enhance your CV and add extra dimension to your portfolio for employers? The University of Warwick’s Centre for Professional Education is offering three new FREE online distance learning courses in Modern Foreign Languages starting in November 2015, funded by the Department of Education. Read More...

What makes an outstanding teacher? #KTChat

What makes an outstanding teacher? #KTChat
Thank you to those who joined us on Wednesday 4th November for our #OutstandingTeacher Twitter Chat. We had current Headteachers, James Tibbles and Graham Chisnell, join us as well as retired Headteacher, Julia Skinner, and other teaching professionals, together sharing their expertise. What a brilliant session it was! Read More...

01 Online Safety within Ofsted’s new “Common Inspection Framework” from September 2015

01 Online Safety within Ofsted’s new “Common Inspection Framework” from September 2015
On the 15th June 2015, Ofsted published their new common inspection framework and handbooks for Ofsted inspectors which come into effect from September 2015. The blog post will highlight the changes within the Common Inspection Framework. Subsequent posts will highlight online Safety content within Inspecting Safeguarding as well as identifying content for specific settings... Read More...

Driving a Twitter Culture in School

Driving a Twitter Culture in School
Did you know there are around 100,000 estimated educators using twitter around the world? That’s 99,000 people in the education industry you could connect, share and collaborate with outside the classroom. Pretty powerful stuff! Read More...
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