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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES AND DIGITAL SKILLS FOR TEACHERS.
Welcome to Teach2030: a global community of teachers upskilling their classroom practice and digital skills, improving outcomes for their learners and building their career path.
4 reasons teachers should upskill
Upskilling is the process of learning new skills and should be encouraged. Why?
- Develop new skills on a subject
- Improve your existing knowledge in an area you are passionate about and become an expert
- Connect with, and learn from, other people upskilling on the same topics as you
- Stay up-to-date with current trends in teaching
A commitment to upskilling will make you a better teacher. It will increase your confidence, improve your future prospects and advance your career.
Upskill your teaching with Teach2030 in 4 ways.
Develop your teaching skills with bitesize, low data courses aligned to the Cambridge Teaching Standards.
Join us for monthly live workshop and Q&As with our education experts/guests.
Read our teaching tips shared every Monday. Plus check out our YouTube channel for helpful videos.
Improve your digital skills to aid your teaching with our smartphone course for beginners.
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“I think I have learnt a lot from these courses that has helped me improve at a personal level as a teacher. The course ‘Fresh Thinking For Your Classroom’ made me think for the first time in my career about the qualities of good and poor teaching. I looked at some of my own weaknesses.”
Fasten, Teacher from Zambia