It has been another remarkable year for your professional membership body, with a series of landmark achievements benefiting you and the profession.
The highlight of 2018 has to be the inaugural SET Annual Conference, held in Birmingham last month. I was absolutely delighted to meet many of the 300 people who attended the event and we’ve a four-page Conference Special report on pages 26-29 which captures the flavour of this wonderful day.
2018 has also seen the SET Corporate Partnership scheme move ahead and we feature some of our partners in a special report on pages 24-25.
We are also delighted to announce that holders of Advanced Teacher Status (ATS), will also now be entitled to Chartered Teacher Status, as conferred by the Chartered College of Teaching (see News, page 5).
And, just in time for Christmas, we have launched our new PlayPass lifestyle benefit, which is free for SET members (see News, page 5). Meanwhile the launch of the Education and Training Foundation’s (ETF) EdTech Strategy heralds a step change in practitioner support around learning technologies. To mark this we are publishing the first inTuition EdTech Supplement, free with this issue.
I wish you all a happy and restful festive period. See you all in 2019.
Download InTuition EdTech supplement - winter 2018 (pdf)
Download InTuition EdTech supplement - winter 2018 (digital)
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