Chartered College of Teaching Conference – Connect; Inform; Inspire
17 January 2018
The Chartered College of Teaching is a professional body led by Dame Alison Peacock which was set up in January 2017. The aims of the Chartered College of Teaching are to equip teachers with:
- access to high quality research
- provide a knowledge platform, networks and events for teaching professionals to discuss ideas
- recognise the expertise of teachers by establishing a Chartered Teaching qualification (for teachers teaching for over three years)
- arrange and deliver a range of professional national and local events
The second national Chartered College of Teaching Conference is being held on Saturday 17th February 2018 in London. The theme of this year’s conference is Connect; Inform; Inspire and there will be a range of nationally recognised speakers at the event. It will be an opportunity to participate in an evidence informed event providing a forum for classroom teachers and school leaders to amplify their voice and share their ideas.
More details can be found here about the Conference on 17th February https://chartered.college/event/annual-conference-2018
More details about membership of the Chartered College and how you can join and become an ‘agent of change’ can be found here https://chartered.college/membership
As an example of the benefits of becoming a member and the access that you will have to evidence based research, all schools will receive in late January, a copy of a special edition of Chartered College’s journal Impact. It combines articles from previous issues, two posters and assessment tips. Look out for it in your staffroom and please share with colleagues.
Written by Kate Sida-Nicholls, Lead Advocate for Chartered College of Teaching
Twitter: @SidaNicholls @CharteredCollPosted on 17 January 2018
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