Welcome to the Teacher Development Trust September Newsletter. In this issue:
- Seven Deadly Sins of Teacher Development, David Weston, Chief Executive of Teacher Development Trust explores the good and the bad of professional development.
- This much I know about…how to develop a new Teachers’ Pay Policy, John Tomsett discusses how to manage school Performance-Related Pay for Teachers in the best possible way.
- What makes effective CPD?, Joe Kirby explores what makes effective CPD.
- Imagine this scenario…, Dr. Jonathan Sharples discusses evidence-based practice
- Why are teachers leaving education?, David Weston, Chief Executive of Teacher Development Trust discusses why teachers leave and how we can make them want to stay.
- Practice Perfect for Teachers, Tom Boulter explores what makes an effective INSET day.
- CPD at Cramlington Learning Village, Ken Brechin, Deputy Head at Cramlington Learning Village, explains how CPD works at his school.
- Oakmere report of NTEN Lesson Study, Julie Lilly, headteacher at Oakmere Primary School describes their experience of NTEN Lesson Study during the NTEN Pilot.
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