Access for all your staff to all new and existing content and articles from our complete range
of best practice journals on
- School leadership
- Advanced classroom practice
- In-school professional development
- Special educational needs
- Digital learning
- Classroom and school design for leaders
Knowledge Banks – Short study courses on specific themes including: Aspiring Black Leaders, New Directions in Behaviour Management, Collaborative Learning Questioning Skills, Project Based learning and Practitioner Research.
Project Based Learning Resources – Support advanced pedagogy in your classrooms with a series of cross curriculum project plans including: The Victorians, Democracy, The Weather, The Great War, WWII, Conservation and Pole to Pole.
A Multi-User Site licence – Allows all of the staff, governors and users within your school easy access to
the full content using just one whole-school login. There are no pay walls to block their way!
i-WIGT Mentoring and Coaching Tool – Appraisal feedback automatically supplied by the i-WIGT quickly highlights each teacher’s observed strengths and development areas, linking your observations to the Teachers’ Standards. These in turn are linked to appropriate articles in our best practice library. Reports from your collected data can be instantly produced, giving you solid evidence to present to Ofsted, or exported for your School Development Plan.
CPD Webinars – Here at TeachingTimes, we have access to some to the best educators and classroom practitioners in the country. Now we are bringing them to your screens with our online CPD Webinars! Each webinar goes out live and is recorded for you to download and keep. Professional Learning Service subscribers can join the live webinars for free!
We will keep you updated on when our new webinar programmes are released.
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