Teach2030: Inspiring through Teacher Professional Development (TPD) This month, we hear from Babalwa Puzi, in South Africa. As part of our mission to elevate the voices of our teachers, we ask one ambassador per month to write about how Teach2030 has developed their teaching. As an educator, Subject Advisor and a life-long learner, to me, […]
Headteacher makes Teach2030 courses mandatory for teachers’ professional development at Baby Steps School in Republic of Congo!
Headteacher makes Teach2030 courses mandatory for teachers’ professional development at Baby Steps School in Republic of Congo! Benic Mbanwie is Education Director at Baby Steps International School in the Republic of Congo. The headteacher course is part of our free Teach2030 Whole School Programme, which allows leadership to implement Teach2030 professional development throughout a school […]
The Importance of Teacher Professional Development (TPD): Our Ambassador’s Viewpoint One of the aims of CET is to be committed to elevating the voices of our worldwide teaching community. This month, Emmanuel Anya, our Ambassador from Nigeria, choses to discuss why Teacher Professional Development – particularly our online, digital platform, Teach2030 – is important to […]
CET-Gordon’s Partnership Launches for the New Year On Tuesday 17th January, the Commonwealth Education Trust was delighted to successfully launch our peer teacher learning programme with Gordon’s School, Surrey; Dewey School, Cameroon; and Tujatane School, Zambia. 23 teachers are participating on the programme, with teachers meeting fortnightly in their Teacher Learning Communities (TLCs) via Zoom […]
Our response to The State of Learning Poverty Report Learning Poverty. Even if you are unsure of the term and its meaning, those two words side by side look, at the very least, concerning. How would you define ‘learning poverty’? The World Bank and UNESCO Institute of Statistics launched their learning poverty indicator in 2019, […]
How I changed from a fixed to a growth mindset This short opinion piece is authored by a teacher in Zambia, Festus Manda, who reflects on his own journey of self evaluation and development that was aided by the Teach2030 resources. From as far back as I can remember, school has always been about […]