YOU ARE INVITED TO OUR EARLY CAREER FEST!

Across one week, the Chartered College of Teaching will be hosting a range of fantastic online events to support you as you set out on your teaching journey. Learn from teachers and academics and access a wealth of insights to make the strongest possible start to your career. No matter what challenges lie ahead, the Chartered College of Teaching is here to support our fantastic profession to change lives and deliver world-class teaching.

Register now and get ready to join the Early Career Fest!

28th September – 1st October

Don’t forget, check out our Early Career Hub to access great resources now: https://earlycareer.chartered.college/

Browse our Early Career Fest 2020 events:

Sign up with your email below to be sent an invite to the below events, as well as discounts and links to exclusive content. Non Chartered College of Teaching members must register to be able to attend.

September 28th

How to implement an effective classroom culture:

FREE (register below)

With Amy Forrester and Katy Chedzey

– What do we mean by ‘classroom culture’
– Why establishing an effective classroom culture is important for facilitating learning
– What are the characteristics of an effective classroom culture and what does this look like in practice?
– Hear practical examples of how to successfully implement and embed an effective classroom culture
– What are the challenges teachers might face and how might these be overcome?

@ 16:30 – 17:30

September 29th

Teacher Wellbeing and Self-care:

FREE (register below)

With Emma Kell, Adrian Bethune, Christalla Jamil and Joe Treacy

– Hear about Emma and Arian’s new book: Teacher Wellbeing and Self-care
– Teacher agency – we have more control than we think we do
– Perspective – how we look at things has a big impact on how we feel and act
– Purpose & values – knowing what your purpose is for being in the classroom can help nourish you and stay true your core values
– Personal wellbeing – there are simple things we can do to look after ourselves to maintain our physical and mental health

@ 16:30 – 17:30

September 30th

Evidence-Informed Teaching Practices in the Classroom:

MEMBERS ONLY (register below)

With Paul Kirschner, Elizabeth Mountstevens and Lisa-Maria Muller

– How we can use what we know about how pupils learn to make effective decisions in the classroom
– The role of retrieval practice and spaced learning in embedding learning for the long term
– What the challenges are in using cognitive science in education

@ 16:30 – 17:30

October 1st

Non-Eurocentric curriculum:

MEMBERS ONLY (register below)

With Marlon Moncrieffe and Alison Peacock

– Hear about Marlon’s new book: Decolonising the History Curriculum
– What do we mean by ‘decolonising the curriculum’?
– Why is a diverse curriculum important and what benefits can it bring to children’s learning?
– Practical examples to diversifying the curriculum

@ 16:30 – 17:30