Key Voices #80 – Recognising the teaching profession with The Chartered College of Teaching

“We’ve been speaking out about [issues that affect the sector] in a way that is always respectful, always calm. Nevertheless, we’ll quite often have cut through and we’re hearing back from government and HMCI, so we know that our voice is being heard” 

This week we talk to Professor Dame Alison Peacock, CEO, and Cat Scutt, Director of Education and Research, from the Chartered College of Teaching. We learn more about the purpose of the College and the benefits of membership. Given the fierce debates around education in recent months, we consider the role of the College as an independent, evidence-informed voice of the profession. 

Dame Alison also explains the College’s #FutureofTeaching campaign and the establishment of the Education Exchange to share learning and ideas about this on a global scale. Cat tells us about some of the work that has been done to support schools responding to Covid-19 including their research, adapting their professional development offer and to challenging the Prime Minister. We also hear more about the training and resources they have made available more widely (links below).

You can get involved in the conversation about the future of teaching at the Education Exchange.

The College’s research summary on catch up and remote learning is here

You can access the online courses that were mentioned below:  

Leadership of Education Technology in Schools here

Using Technology in Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning here

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