The first peer-reviewed issue of the Chartered College of Teaching’s termly journal, Impact, will focus on the important theme of assessment.
On the evening of 9th May 2017, Evidence-Based Education and the Chartered College of Teaching jointly organised an event to discuss ‘What makes great assessment?’. The panel was chaired by Stuart Kime, Director of Education, Evidence-Based Education.
Professor Robin Alexander, Chair, Cambridge Primary Review Trust (CPRT), has announced that the CPRT will be closing its activities this month after almost 10 years of sustained research and active campaigning for raising the standards of primary education.
The Chartered College of Teaching, which officially opened its doors for new members to join in mid-January has pledged to place research and evidence “at the heart of learning” for teachers.
Speaking at its inaugural annual conference on Thursday, 16th February, the Secretary of State for Education, Justine Greening, welcomed the launch of the new Chartered College of Teaching.
Lisa Pettifer, Head of English at Morton Academy, was one of the first members of the Chartered College. We spoke to her about what membership means to her and how she has already benefited.
I look forward to leading the Chartered College of Teaching as its doors open, initially to Founding Members and then to others.
The Chartered College of Teaching opened its doors today to new members, with the promise of providing unique learning opportunities for teachers.
The Chartered College of Teaching has appointed seven more teachers to join its Council.
In October 2016, the Chartered College hosted a series of focus groups, held in Manchester, London and Birmingham. Over 100 teachers participated.