In recent years there’s been a shift in how we nurture teachers at the beginning of their career journeys, so how has a ‘golden thread’ approach to training Early Career Teachers helped solve the teacher retention equation?
Two experts driving the Early Career Framework that’s providing support to new teachers join Tony McAleavy on Brighter Futures this week: Samantha Twiselton OBE, Director of the Sheffield Institute of Education, and our own Dr Nicky Platt, Lead Education Advisor.
We break down the discourse around research that’s informing these vital frameworks, how to encourage more mentors to engage with the Early Career Framework programme, and where international schools can implement a similarly effective ‘golden thread’.
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School improvement through external review is a burgeoning sector of education provision, and the International School Quality Mark (ISQM) and the inspection of British Schools Overseas (BSO) are two methods being increasingly used in this area. But what do these reviews focus on, and how far do they lead to change and improvement?
An evidence-based approach to applying research in the education sector is a great grounding for improving practices, but how do we ensure its proper application?
Creating pathways for young people to bring career aspirations to life is an essential part of their educational journey, and one in which we’re seeing a positive shift.