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This page contains guides to the various features of the Early Career Hub.

On the Early Career Hub, you can bookmark items for access via your personal library. This can help you tailor your experience to your professional context and more easily navigate the wealth of learning content available to you.

How to bookmark an item from a category page

Click on the word ‘bookmark’ underneath any item you wish to add to your library.

How to bookmark an item when viewing an item

Click on the word ‘bookmark’ next to the sharing buttons on Early Career Hub items.

How to view your bookmark library

Click on your name in the top right of the screen when signed in and select ‘bookmarks’.

Articleswritten articles from The Profession and case studies from practising teachers

External links – further learning suggested by other education organisations

Impact articles – articles from the Chartered College of Teaching’s peer-reviewed journal

Impact issues – whole issues of the Chartered College of Teaching’s peer-reviewed journal

MyCollege articles – articles from the Chartered College of Teaching’s home for members

Videos – view expert interviews and footage of classroom practice

Webinars – view expert webinar recordings

Wider reading – books, blogs, courses, resources and research papers

We want to reward your engagement with the Early Career Hub. These rewards come in the form of online points and badges when you’re logged into your Chartered College of Teaching account.

Points are given for the following activities:
Liking a piece of content – 3
Viewing content – 5
Writing a comment – 5
Clicking on an external link – 5
Adding a bookmark – 5
Viewing a video in full – 10
Share a piece of content on social media – 15

There are a variety of digital badges to collect for viewing and liking content, sharing it more widely and commenting on it.

Watch the video below to learn where you can view the points and badges you’ve collected.

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