Our resources include a wide range of talks, professional development workshops, materials you can use and opportunities for collaboration. Here you can find links to all the available resources and ways you can get involved with our professional development workshops.
Professional development courses
Our professional development course ‘Evidence-informed approaches to education’ consists of 6 self-paced half-hour sessions focusing on vital topics for secondary school teachers, including developing resilience in students, improving academic engagement, how character education can promote wellbeing and what we know about how Generation Z learns. Register here.
Our professional-development course ‘Character education in the classroom’ covers how to teach gratitude, motivation, self-efficacy, academic resilience, creativity and foster zest for learning. We look at ways of strengthening social connectedness and how to assess character interventions. Register here.
Professional development workshops
Watch past workshops below. For future workshops please check our Events page.
Ian Warwick on independent learning
A workshop with Ian Warwick which offers practical strategies on how to stress the big ideas and concepts, how not to become ambulatory google, how to give feedback on best work only, how not to reward ‘second best’ student endeavours and how to work with students to offer more effective peer feedback.
Stuart Kime on the science of learning
Stuart discusses some key research findings presented in the Great Teaching Toolkit Evidence Review. These findings suggest that elements of effective classroom practice can be enhanced by teachers knowing more about how pupils learn and applying this knowledge in the classroom; addressing this, Stuart identifies and discusses a handful of key ideas informed by research in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, and explain why he thinks teachers should know about them.
John Perry on stress management
Kathy Weston on resilience
Listen here to interviews and talks with Professor Bill Lucas, Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Research Schools International and others.