Finishing his nine-part series on the lessons we must never forget from our teacher training, Matt Bromley discusses how we can evaluate our curriculum planning and delivery, and the progress of our students

 

Initial teacher training programmes can provide seasoned professionals with a fresh perspective on their own practice. Certainly, this year, as I have lectured my trainee teachers, I have thought my sessions would be useful, not just for those new to the profession, but for all teachers.

As such, over the course of nine articles in SecEd, I have shared my ITT journey with you in the hope it provides some useful opportunities to reflect on your own classroom practice. This is the final instalment.

By way of a quick recap, in my first article, I set out a list of strategies that all expert teachers have in common.

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