A new partnership between the Chartered College of Teaching and Evidence Based Education will enhance the quality of teaching and learning through research-led, innovative, impactful and engaging professional learning.
The online platform from Evidence Based Education – the Great Teaching Toolkit – offers access for teachers to an evidence-based curriculum, courses to enhance specific elements of Great Teaching practice, and tools to provide feedback to support their professional development over time. Teachers are guided through ‘development cycles’, identifying an area of improvement, building their understanding and developing an implementation plan.
Teachers who submit a portfolio based on the ‘development cycles’ of the Great Teaching Toolkit can achieve the ‘Development of Teaching Practice’ Award on the Chartered Teacher Pathway.
Jonny Goggs, Head of Partnerships, Chartered College of Teaching said:
“We are delighted to be extending our partnership with Evidence-Based Education. The work of EBE, including the Great Teaching Toolkit, is widely cited and respected across the profession, and we recognised an exciting opportunity to work together more closely to support the development of teaching practice, and offer a route to recognition for those engaging with their high-quality programmes and resources.”
Jamie Scott, Director of Partnerships, Evidence Based Education said:
“We first collaborated with the Chartered College to run an event back in May 2017 when we were both very young organisations. It is a privilege and a pleasure to still be working in partnership to serve and support the professional development of teachers, just as we did six years ago! We’re delighted that teachers can gain recognition for the effort they put in to exploring a specific element of great teaching, and in planning, implementing and evaluating changes to their practice.”
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About the Chartered College of Teaching:
The Chartered College of Teaching is the professional body for teachers. We are working to celebrate, support and connect teachers to take pride in their profession and provide the best possible education for children and young people. We are dedicated to bridging the gap between practice and research and equipping teachers from the second they enter the classroom with the knowledge and confidence to make the best decisions for their pupils.
About Evidence Based Education:
Raising the quality of teaching within schools is likely the single most effective method we have for improving pupil attainment and equity. The work of Evidence Based Education is solely focused on this endeavour. We work to enhance the quality of teaching and learning through research led, innovative, impactful and engaging professional learning. The vehicle for this work is the Great Teaching Toolkit. At present, over 12,000 teachers have access to the Great Teaching Toolkit.
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Partnerships: Jonny Goggs, Head of Partnerships, Chartered College of Teaching
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