Teacher Development 3.0 now published and free to download!

 

Our first pamphlet is now free to download from the Publications section of this website. We’re excited! Teacher Development 3.0: How we can transform the professional education of teachers will be followed by a bespoke summary of the key ideas for teachers and school leaders, authored by Kenny Frederick, that will be published on 11 February and will also be free to download.

Our next full-length publication – available in the Spring – will focus on new funding models for university involvement in profession-led teacher development. Watch this space!

Now published! Teacher Development 3.0 is free to download

You can download a free copy of our first pamphlet Teacher Development 3.0: How we can transform the professional education of teachers from the Publications page of this site. Hard copies will go on sale shortly – for those of you who like a tactile read!

A distillation of the pamphlet for teachers and school leaders – written by Kenny Frederick (formerly headteacher of George Green’s School in London and currently a PhD student at Brunel University London) – will be available early next month.

A few places left for free Teacher Development 3.0 launch seminar: book here!

Teacher Education Exchange will be marking the launch of its first publication – Teacher Development 3.0: How we can transform the professional education of teachers – with a  free seminar on Thursday 26 January from 5.30 to 7pm at King’s College, London.

We are really pleased to confirm that Howard Stevenson (Nottingham), Pat Mahony (King’s), Steve Watson (Cambridge) and Janice Howkins (headteacher of Bentley Wood School) will respond to the pamphlet; Meg Maguire and Viv Ellis will talk on behalf of Teacher Education Exchange; and there will be plenty of time for discussion.

A few places remain and can be booked by clicking here. The seminar is free of charge.