The Great Teaching Toolkit
Online course | Starts Term 2, May 2023 | Group discounts available
A complete professional learning package, designed to raise the quality of teaching at your school. The Great Teaching Toolkit comprises an evidence-based professional learning curriculum, online courses, and tools and instruments to provide feedback to teachers’ on their practice and development, and to leaders on key characteristics of the school environment that promote learning. The Toolkit includes teacher courses and lead programmes which relate directly to dimensions and elements of the Model for Great Teaching. Delivered online, the courses and programmes incorporate opportunities for collaboration with colleagues, as well as activities to plan, implement and evaluate pedagogical approaches in your context.
Every account with a GTT subscription has access to all of the courses, tools, community and features Bundles are priced per school.
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Included in the cost of a subscription, as part of The Education Hub’s network, you will also be invited to three supporting webinars; an initial kick-off webinar, a webinar exploring the feedback tools and a final webinar examining the courses of the Toolkit.
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Feedback at the heart of learning
Student surveys give your students a voice in teaching and learning, and give your teachers accessible and actionable feedback about classroom experiences in relation to the Model for Great Teaching. The feedback they generate can be a powerful tool for teacher learning – offering additional insight that allows teachers and leaders to personalise professional development.
Video observation tools help enhance the development journey by enabling teachers to capture their practice, reflect, and seek feedback from trusted colleagues to facilitate high-impact conversations around strengths and strategies to try in the classroom.
The School Environment and Leadership staff survey provides insight to school leaders on the school-level factors that evidence suggests are our current best bets for school leaders to attend to in order to promote students’ learning. The survey questions and feedback is based on the Model for School Environment and Leadership set out in the School Environment and Leadership: Evidence Review.
Find out more about how schools have engaged with The Great Teaching Toolkit and the impact it has had on staff and students.