Webinar Pass is an exciting new offer from the Education and Training Foundation – for a small fee of just £250 all your staff can have full access to our entire suite of post-16 maths and English development webinars until the 31st March 2020.
September 2019 sees the introduction of the new Functional Skills specifications. Whilst much will still be recognisable, the new specs do throw up some challenging questions. Tackle these head on with our wide range of Functional Skills for maths and English courses from the Education and Training Foundation.
Improving outcomes in maths and English is central to success in work and life. Practitioners and providers are expected to ensure maths and English are at the heart of their teaching approach and employers require a workforce who are competently numerate and literate.
Our maths and English CPD programmes, delivered on behalf of the ETF, offer specific, targeted support to enhance personal skills and teaching approaches.
Creative Education will be running some of their most popular public courses in Plymouth this autumn term. With an expert-led trainer, a comfortable central location and a proper sit down restaurant lunch; you’ll come away from the day fully inspired and energised!
Are you based in the Cardiff area? If so, take a look at the brilliant range of Creative Education public courses running over the autumn term and next academic year. Training that will energise and inspire!
See our fantastic range of popular open courses being held in Exeter over the autumn term and next year.
We’re excited to announce that we will be running a fantastic range of our most popular open courses in Newcastle over the autumn term and next year!
Teaching can be challenging, with difficult behaviour and heavy workloads potential contributors to stress. These 8 tips can help you to cope.
Lesson planning takes a considerable amount of teachers’ time. While planning is clearly important it mustn’t become disproportionately time-consuming, which is counter-productive.
A series of questions to help you analyse and improve upon your lesson plans
You may be about to return to teaching after maternity leave or it could be after a period of absence due to illness; whatever the reason you are bound to be filled with a myriad of questions and anxieties about going back to work.
In this blog post from Nora Helena McKenna, we go back to basics and explain the whats, hows and whys of mindfulness; whether it can help in your classroom and quick tricks you can implement straight away.
Unfortunately, examples of conflict, difficult situations and difficult colleagues all have an air of inevitability about them in education. The pressure of the job, the incessant scrutiny on the profession and the culture of fear that, sadly, exists in many schools means that they can be a breeding ground for conflict. Therefore – especially if you responsible for leading or managing others – it is really important that professionals know how to manage conflict and how to deal with difficult situations and colleagues. Read our top tips for doing just that.
Of all the challenges that a teacher has to face, there can be few as frustrating or as difficult to deal with as a disengaged, disaffected student.
The first thing we need to get clear is that lessons will go wrong from time to time. Lessons will go wrong for teachers with 20 years, 2 years or 2 months experience in the classroom. Even the very best practitioners have lessons that go wrong. Even the most meticulously planned lessons can go wrong. And, […]