inTuition 35 - spring 2019

Welcome from Martin Reid

Martin Reid SmbYour first inTuition of 2019 is published alongside the annual Research Supplement.

The supplement, now in its fourth year, complements the research-related content in every inTuition, and the research support offered through the Society for Education and Training (SET) and the Education and Training Foundation (ETF). All underline the central importance of research in supporting great teaching.

The supplement presents an engaging mix of articles, including an insight into the research by some of the first people to gain Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) through SET. You can also access exclusive longer versions of the articles on the SET website.

ATS holders also share their experiences of the programme, and offer advice and tips for successful completion, on pages 24-25 of inTuition. It is recommended reading if you are thinking of registering your interest on the SET website for the next ATS cohort, beginning in October.

Other highlights in this issue are the feature (page 12) on Ofsted’s proposed Education Inspection Framework, which promises significant change. In our cover interview, Skills Minister Anne Milton reflects on the opportunities and challenges ahead. And don’t miss the EdTech poster exploring the ETF’s EdTech Strategy.

inTuition is just one of the benefits of SET membership, so don’t forget to renew before
1 April.

To download inTuition 35 - spring issue, you need to be logged in as a SET member. Our supplements and posters are available to all. 

Download inTuition Spring Research Supplement (pdf)

Download inTuition Spring Research Supplement (digital)

Download the EdTech poster (pdf)

Download the EdTech poster (digital).

Martin Reid is Director of SET. 

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