How is Kazakhstan, the world's largest landlocked country, delivering professional development training to teachers?
Vocational Education Exchange magazine April – June 2017
We are exploring new models of professional development to improve educational standards and motivate teachers.
Our skills doctor, Afshan Baksh, answers your professional development questions.
For many teachers, having their lessons observed is a daunting prospect. However, observation can be a crucial part of improving the quality of teaching and learning in vocational education.
Coaching and mentoring can help teachers develop professionally but what happened when Burton and South Derbyshire College adopted this model?
Beginning your career or starting a new job brings to mind lots of questions, so we’ve designed a course to guide you through those initial weeks and months. Join our free online course to prepare for your first job or the early stages of the career.
Grow your skills as a teacher and learn more about professional development for teachers.
How might joint practice development and the creation of communities of learning improve schools and colleges in your region?
Communication is 93 per cent non-verbal. Learn to use your body and space effectively.
How many skills sets do vocational teachers need? See if you can identify gaps in your skills sets.
Inspired by last month’s edition, one of our readers has shared a success story with us about inclusive education.
Should your college or school be celebrated? Do your students love learning? Tell us why your institution should win the college of the month award.
If you want to improve the quality of your teaching but don’t know which areas to focus on, or what is expected of you internationally, this resource is for you.
Learn technical terms used in this edition.