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Teach2030 Impacts Teachers Worldwide

For many schools, September has marked the beginning of a new academic year. Despite this busy time, teachers worldwide have been investing in their professional development by taking Teach2030 courses. FRESH THINKING FOR YOUR CLASSROOM This course encourages teachers to reflect on their own teaching, possibly even by recording themselves and watching themselves back. This […]

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Being a Professional Teacher: Our New Teach2030 Course

Every day, at Teach2030, as an education team, we are fortunate to work alongside you, our fantastic Teach2030 community – and we are always looking for new ways to provide support and further TPD. We are therefore proud to announce the launch of our new course, ‘Being a Professional Teacher’ – a course written based

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How to Start Your Lesson Effectively with ‘Do Now’

This week, we consider how to begin lessons promptly and with purpose. Every moment of your lesson is a learning opportunity, including the first few when your students enter the classroom. So, how do you use these minutes effectively? Try planning a ‘Do Now’ to use in your lesson! What is ‘Do Now’? Learners independently

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Teach 2030: Bringing Teachers, Learners and the Community Together for the Best in Education

Today, I was delighted to talk to Sera Inambao, a headteacher from Nayamba Community School, Chisamba. You might recognise her as one of the main faces of Teach2030. She discussed the impact of Teach2030 in her school. How has Teach2030 improved your whole school morale? ‘Teachers used to think they knew it all. There was

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Our Teach2030 Live and Interactive Workshops: Update

In April, Teach2030 began hosting its very first, live 15 minute workshops. In all, over 1500 people from all over our global community have subscribed, including those from Jamaica, Zambia, Pakistan, Liberia, India, Indonesia, the UK and Nigeria. More recently, Education Lead, Eleanor Sykes, and Education Advisor, Alex Starr, have built a six month block that focuses

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Scaling Up Our Workshops: Doubling Our Sessions With A Long Term Plan

Throughout June and July, the Commonwealth Education Trust has been hosting a Teach2030 workshop based on how to reflect on the language used when giving verbal feedback to ensure teachers extend and include all learners. Within the workshop, Education Lead, Eleanor Sykes outlined the differences between verbal, non-verbal and written feedback, before highlighting the importance

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