Best Practice

Taking back your CPD in 10 steps

David Weston discusses 10 ways to take back control of your CPD this year.

Powerful professional development helps children succeed and teachers thrive, but not every teacher receives support that is best tailored to their needs. If you are feeling underdeveloped or want to build on the CPD you receive from your school, here are 10 ideas for taking back control over your own learning.

Twitter can be an incredible source of inspiration and learning. Following the Twitter accounts of some of the top bloggers and thinkers can really stimulate you to reflect on your own practice.

You don’t have to contribute to the debate, although for many teachers engaging in the discussion can help clarify their own ideas. To begin with, simply find a few key people to follow and start reading and thinking.

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