The Continuing Professional Development Portal will interest ELT practitioners at all stages in their career. Information, videos and handbooks are available for both teachers and managers on how to develop professionally ...
A fair amount of teacher professional development (also known variously as teacher training, inset, CPD or professional learning) is really bad. I don't just mean that it's poor value for money or insufficiently effective - it's much worse than that. A large swathe of training has no effect whatsoever on pupil outcomes.
The new Cambridge English Teaching Framework is now available to download. It has been designed to encapsulate the key knowledge and skills needed for effective teaching at a variety of levels and in different contexts.
The framework describes teacher competencies across four levels, and four aspects of teacher knowledge and skill and is a profiling grid intended to show stages of a teacher’s development at any one point in time.
Teachers are incredibly busy people and any time available for professional development and training is very precious. In order to get the most out of any time and resources you’ve been given then it’s worth following a few key principles.
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