Research and Practice Hub

The Chartered College of Teaching is the new professional body for the teachers. One of our main aims is to bridge the gap between research and the reality of classrooms, and provide a safe community where teachers can share practice, ideas and support.

A large part of this is by getting you write for us and engage with others' posts. We want you to have as many opportunities as possible to share information and learning so that we can start to move information around the school system, and champion excellence from the grassroots up.

Below, we have outlined all the different types of articles we publish – you can click on each icon to see our full library. These are all open for members to read, so please do take a look around and share your thoughts in the comments section.

All our articles are also written by teachers. If you would like to write for us, take a look at our overview below, fill in the electronic form and one of our team will be in touch. We accept all levels of writing experience so don't worry if you have never been published.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Book reviews

Space for teachers to analyse and discuss books that have changed their practice.

Research digests

Overviews of interesting research on a specific topic, or digests of single papers, literature reviews or reports.

Research reviews

In-depth literature reviews of your or academics' original research and expert critiques.

Journal

Impact helps teachers connect research with classroom practice across all ages, ranges and settings.

Proud to teach

An anonymous blog series where teachers write about amazing moments from their classrooms.

Windows into the Classroom

Teachers share a teaching and learning strategy from their classroom.

Members Meet...

We ask your questions to education experts and leaders.

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Impact: Latest Issue

Read the latest issue of Impact, the journal of the Chartered College of Teaching.

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January 10, 2018

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