Getting more personal and creative!
In this reflection, I draw on my work as a Teacher Educator with my network of student teachers, NQTs and more experienced colleagues over the last year since lockdown one. Lockdown certainly necessitated a re-thinking of teacher development. However, it also provided scope for an investigation into professional opportunities from which I have identified an increasingly diversified approach to teacher learning and development generally. I am interested in what I perceive as growing teacher preference for a personalised route in their professional development in which teachers have a choice.
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