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How to make CPD truly engaging in your college

Rather than something that is ‘done to’ teachers by leaders, it should be unmissable

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In my previous two articles, I argued in favour of a new approach to quality assurance, moving from a system of performance management to one of performance improvement. I also argued that quality-assurance data should lead to performance feedback aimed at helping teachers to improve.

The natural next step in the process, once feedback has been shared, is to provide teachers with opportunities to engage in quality professional development activity that help them improve aspects of their performance.

Teachers, and what happens in their classrooms, are the only real drivers of positive change ...

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