New-look inTuition

A new chapter for inTuition

Welcome to your new-look inTuition!

I hope you will agree that the redesign of inTuition has delivered a cleaner, livelier, more modern and altogether more engaging professional journal.  Our improvements to inTuition's content are intended to give you more of the useful and interesting material that you have told us you want.

As the UK's largest professional membership body for teachers and trainers, SET is guided by members in everything it does.  And you have shaped our thinking on inTuition from the start.

We knew from reader surveys that you value ideas, information and advice that you can apply directly to your teaching and which inform your professional and career development.

We supplemented these views by consulting members of SET's Practitioner Advisory Group, and then, when we had a draft of the new inTuition, we road-tested it with members in a series of focus groups.

All of this feedback has helped create the new inTuition in your hands.  We even print on thicker, matt paper now, thanks to members telling us it reduced glare on page and gave inTuition a more contemporary feel.

There is a wide range of fantastic material in this relaunch issue: our inDepth feature on teaching and learning styles and theory (page 12) is an informative and thought-provoking read; while you may find the views of our main interviewee, Doug Lemov (page 10), incisive and inspiring.

We have also expanded and restructured our research content, so I strongly recommend you read some of the excellent material we have in our revitalised Research section (pages 15 to22).

Members should also check out the enhanced digital edition of inTuition on the SET website, which now adds a whole new dimension to the publication through exclusive video content and a wealth of clickable, online resources.

Thank you to all members who have contributed to the redesign of inTuition.  And a special thank you to Blackpool and the Fylde College, Access Training East Midlands and the Workers' Educational Association in Portsmouth for hosting our focus groups.

As ever, we very much welcome your feedback on inTuition, and in particular this relaunch issue.  Please feel free to contact us at:


Tim Weiss

Director of the Society for Education and Training

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