David Weston, the founder/CEO of the Teacher Development Trust and the chair of the U.K. Department for Education’s Teacher Professional Development Expert Group, recently spoke at TEDx. Watch his video below, where he outlines how developing great teachers can...
As you will no doubt have seen, the government has indicated that it might be prepared to give financial and in-kind assistance towards the start-up costs of a new College of Teaching. The Teacher Development Trust is part of the coalition of organisations behind the...
On Saturday 21st June, our CEO David Weston presented a seminar on “How can we develop the world’s best teachers”. You can download the slides and notes from DropBox here. Here are a few of the slides:
NTEN RESEARCHED YORK – SATURDAY 3RD MAY 2014 A BIG thank you to all the speakers for making NTEN ResearchED York such a successful and fantastic day. Below are the links to presentations which have been collected and more presentations and video links will be...
Volunteers Required for NTEN ResearchED York Saturday 3rd May 2014 Huntington School Huntington Rd YO32 9WT United Kingdom Saturday, 3 May 2014 from 09:00 to 16:00 (BST) We are looking for volunteers to help out at the NTEN ResearchED conference on Saturday 3rd...
On Saturday 22nd March, our CEO David Weston presented a workshop at the ASCL Conference in Birmingham. You can download the slides here: You can find out more about the National Teacher Enquiry Network and the CPD Audit.
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