The Chartered College of Teaching

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The Chartered College of Teaching is a professional body for teachers that provides research-informed content, support, and advice for educators. They offer resources, online courses, and a learning platform to promote effective teaching practices. They also publish the Impact Journal and organize events and webinars to facilitate professional development. The College focuses on various topics such as curriculum, parental engagement, oracy, and early years education.



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Research and teachers: How does research move, around and among teachers
Research can play an important role in teachers’ professional lives. It can provide insights to understand the experiences of learners, guidance on addressing current priorities, and inspiration for thinking about what else is possible or desirable. This webinar will explore teachers’ experiences of accessing, exchanging and engaging with research and investigate the role of individuals, organisations, texts, and technologies in mediating research. It will consider why some kinds of research move more easily than others and how the key messages from research studies change as they move. The webinar will share findings from the ESRC funded Research Mobilities in Primary Literacy Education project (ES/W000571/1) which is a collaboration between Sheffield Hallam University, Lancaster University, and University of Stirling. Cathy Burnett, Professor of Literacy and Education at Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, will be leading the webinar and sharing the research findings.
2/1/2024 4:00 PM