Learning with colleagues
The opportunity may arise for you to explore some of the resources on this site with a colleague, perhaps a mentor, leader or fellow teacher. Rich dialogue and learning can result from doing this so we’d recommend it wherever possible. If you’re unable to meet in person then you may like to explore the use of Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, or Zoom to meet virtually. Here are some ideas of what this interaction could look like with one of our resources as stimulus for discussion. If it’s a written piece you’re reflecting on together then these questions might help to direct your thinking. Which of the article's key ideas resonated with you? Which challenged your thinking? How does the content relate to your teaching context? What's going well? What changes might you consider? If you’re just starting out in the profession, how does it make you feel? How does it challenge or align with your expectations of this area of your work? How has this article c
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