Get the tools and resources you need from these top seven websites, as chosen by our experts at the Education and Training Foundation (ETF).
Whether you’re a newly qualified teacher, or fancy brushing up your skills in the classroom, there are plenty of online resources to support you. But what tools are right for you and your learners?
To help you teach with confidence, we've put together a list of our top seven websites packed with resources, guides and more:
Teacher Toolkit is a website that publishes a fantastic range of articles, toolkits, podcasts and guides. These resources have been created by teachers, for teachers, and designed in bitesize packages with busy schedules in mind.
Pearson is an education publishing and assessment company for schools and corporations, and publishes a range of subject-specific tools, training and tips on teaching. These includes free access to secondary and revision online curriculum resources, as well as resources on mindfulness for teachers, parents and learners.
The University of College (UCL) offers some useful articles and information on a range of subjects, from toolkits to website links, with tips on teaching and where to start.
Google for Education offers a range of learning resources for educators, especially for remote and hybrid learning. Find out more about Google Hangout Meet, distance learning strategies, preparing students to learn from home with Chromebooks, and how to use Google Forms, Google Classroom and Google Docs.
FutureLearn is a social learning platform offers free online courses, designed to support educators and enhance their teaching.
Jisc is the UK’s not-for-profit education and research services provider. They regularly publish relevant content on the sector to keep educators up to date, and offer a database of helpful research for educators to access.
The ETF offers expert advice and support for the FE and Training sector. From groundbreaking research and reports, to practical teaching tools and guides, there’s something for all educators to use.
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In this article, Stephanie Power, Lead Learning and Development Practitioner at Riverside College Group , identifies the training needs of post-16 early career teachers and newly qualified teachers and proposes a differentiated CPD model.