How To … Live And Work With Hearing Loss In School
Helen Simpson shares her personal experience of hearing loss from childhood to becoming a teacher and provides guidance on working with pupils with hearing loss.
Grasping The Challenge Of Online Professional Development
The Covid Pandemic has put the spotlight on the virtual on-line learning of children. But what is the impact of online learning on the professional development of teachers. Stuart Allen examines the implications.
The Latest Professional Development Today Is Here (21.3/4)
Professional Development Today Issue 21.3/4 is ready to download.
Evidence-Informed Teaching And Teacher Professional Status
Cat Scutt explores the research literacy, skills and culture needed to become an evidenced- informed profession.
Why Research Must Be At The Heart Of Professional Practice
Raphael Wilkins vehemently condemns the persistent barriers to practitioner research engagement and calls for a fundamental shift which establishes school based research as the means for continuous quality improvement.
Making Research Usable For Teachers
Is research out of touch with the very people who need to use its insights – teachers? Karen Wespieser argues for a more authentic connection between researchers and the classroom
How Our Primary Established A Meaningful Culture of Research
Lindsay Palmer recounts how research engagement became the foundation of professional growth both within her own school and its Multi Academy Trust
Why Research Often Has Zero Impact On Teaching – And How INSET Can Make The Difference
Marcella McCarthy describes how research engagement transformed in-service training within her school
Blogging Is Knowledge
Gary Jones explores the power of blogging and knowledge brokering in enabling practitioners to make the most of research and engage in evidence-based practice.