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Your professional body supporting teachers to provide world-class education. Together we will raise the status of the teaching profession.
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Have a look at our new Research Highlight on Assessment 👀 Marking work can contribute significantly to teacher workload. What feedback strategies have been found to be effective?
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"Why CTeach should be part of your professional development" Chartered Teacher Helen Barker writes about her experience and why you should join the Chartered Teacher Programme:
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Not a member of the Chartered College of Teaching yet? Join via the link below to receive 20% OFF with our winter offer AND receive our January issue of Impact on cognition & learning Share it around & tag someone who should join their professional body
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CharlotteExton 7h
Finally making proper use of my membership, accessing the EBSCO database on my Staff Enrichment Day!
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An NQT's top 5 tips for new teachers: - Trust yourself - Model everything - Be consistent - Seek advice & act on it - Build relationships Read our guest blog:
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Our members have shaped a Teachers' Manifesto setting out how the next government can best support teachers. Take a look and share it 🗳️
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Wondering what the best ways are to motivate students in your subject? takes a look for Impact:
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Chartered Teacher status celebrate the knowledge, skills, and behaviors of excellent teachers. Join the next cohort to become Chartered:
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Chartered College Dec 5
Have a read of this article by looking at wellbeing in higher education:
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Chartered College Dec 5
"Why should Headteachers encourage teachers to join the Chartered Teacher Programme?" Chartered Teacher, Robert McBeth, writes about his experience. Become Chartered! Start your application today!
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Chartered College Dec 5
Our members have shaped a Teachers' Manifesto setting out how the next government can best support teachers. Take a look and share it 🗳️
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Chartered College Dec 5
One of our very first Chartered Teachers from had a chat with about their teaching experiences and how membership of their professional body's supported them:
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Chartered College Dec 5
We're happy to be working with and other organisations to share flexible working case studies highlighting its importance, how it can work and how it makes an difference:
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Chartered College Dec 5
Have a look at our new Research Highlight on Assessment Marking students’ work can contribute significantly to teacher workload. What feedback strategies have been found to be effective and less time-consuming?
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Chartered College Dec 5
Festive membership discount: 20% off Chartered College membership! Join via the link below to receive 20% OFF AND receive our January issue of Impact on cognition & learning! Share and tag someone who should join their professional body!
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Chartered College Dec 4
Want to find out more about our Programme? Read one Chartered Teacher's guest blog post on what to expect from the Chartered Teacher Programme:
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Chartered College Dec 4
What's on your 'to-be' list? Check out this article from The Profession, our early career guide:
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Chartered College Dec 4
We launched our Chartered Teacher Programme - - to celebrate the excellent teaching happening in classrooms every day. Join our next cohort:
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Chartered College Dec 4
What can we learn from Finland's school system? Join , Finnish MP Heli Järvinen and Robin Bevan FCCT, President Elect in conversation. December 16th @ 6pm
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Jill Berry Dec 2
. to launch an innovative course for school leaders next year. The Chartered Teacher (Leader) course will run alongside the existing Chartered Teacher Programme & revolve around 'leadership of learning', with a focus on pedagogy, assessment & curriculum design. 1/2
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