CPD Picks Of The Week

Reading Time: 2 minutes

Do you make enough time for your own development?

Our weekly digest of popular blogs from the week is back  – and it’s grown!

CPD Picks Of The Week brings together blogs, resources and education news so you can top up your CPD in the staffroom, on the bus or in the bath!

Top 5 blogs of the week

  1. The 5 Minute Lesson Plan – An old favourite and planning must have.
  2. *NEW* How To Support Weak Teachers – How do you support teachers who are underperforming?
  3. *NEW* The 7 Deadly Sins of Parenting – What advice would you offer parents?
  4. 25 Ideas for No Pens Wednesday – How do you champion oracy in your school?
  5. 10 ‘Teach To The Top’ Differentiation Ideas – How do you plan for differentiation in lessons? And how can you cater for every student?

Resource of the week

The Resilience Assembly inspires students to be emotionally, physically and mentally resilient. In the assembly, students explore the meaning of resilience. They are offered definitions, school expectations and strategies for them to be able to self-regulate their own stress and adversity.

Resilience Assembly Straw and Potato

Read the blog in full and download the resource now.

CPD Spotlight: New Teachers

Have lots of new teachers started teaching in your school this year? Have you just finished your first month in teaching? Here at Teacher Toolkit we are keen to support teachers at all stages of their careers and we’ve published a range of content for new teachers over the last month. Just in case you missed it, I’ve collated the links below:

From else where

Make time for your CPD today! Let us know what else you’d find useful in this weekly round up in a comment below and we’ll try to include it next week!

Holly Gardner

Holly Gardner is TT Editor, as well as a Freelance Publisher. She has been working with @TeacherToolkit for over 6 years - since she published his first book in her role as Senior Commissioning Editor at Bloomsbury Publishing. Since then, she left her day job, moved to Madrid and trained as an English teacher. She is now a key member of the TT team, continues to teach english and edit books, and also spends her time learning spanish and searching for the best tortilla de patata! You can follow her at @HollyEditTeach.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.