Our innovative EdTech platforms reach teachers in underserved communities all over the world and develop their day-to-day foundational skills; boost their digital competencies; and ultimately improve the learning outcomes of the children they teach.
OUR TEACHING TOOLS0
Teach2030 is our unique online teacher development programme specifically designed to address the challenges of the education systems across lower income nations . The teaching materials are mapped to Cambridge Teaching Standards, and help teachers simply teach better by developing their pedagogical knowledge, classroom practice and connections with pupils.
Good teachers never stop learning. Education is always evolving. Our Teach2030 EdTech Platform supports teachers, schools, educational providers, and governments to take ownership of teachers’ Continuous Professional Development (CPD), resulting in long-term and sustainable improvement of teacher performance in classrooms.
We also host a series of original Teaching Foundation courses on Coursera, designed for educators seeking an intensive learning experience.
Teachers’ time is precious; we believe that through the use of Teach2030 materials – focused solely on ideas and strategies to raise learning outcomes, sound pedagogy, and opportunities to discuss classroom practice with peers in regular CPD sessions – teachers will remain committed to a trajectory of excellence, regardless of their experience.
Teach2030 courses are suitable for both whole school and independent learning. Our easy-to-use platform and help guides enable individual teachers who wish to develop their classroom practice to do so in their own time, and at their own pace. By utilising our digital Teach2030 Community, they will be able to share their experiences and discuss their teaching with fellow educators across the world.
We also provide support to headteachers and their teams through high-quality, contextualised materials and training courses to encourage time-tabled CPD to becomes standard in schools, ensuring teachers learn and develop their classroom practice year on year.
We also offer our intensive, academic Foundations of Teaching for Learning programme on Coursera.
This is our original massive open online course (MOOC) series, designed for educators to reflect on their personal and professional development as a teacher. With lectures taught by established and respected Professors from across the Commonwealth, the MOOCs provide evidence-based content over a world-class academic platform.
These courses are targeted towards educators looking for an intensive one-year teacher skills development programme and are designed to help teachers develop and strengthen skills in teaching, pedagogy, professionalism, and assessment.
We know navigating the rapidly changing range of education and EdTech solutions needed to support the professional development of teachers today can be daunting.
Working with governments at both national and district levels helps build the capacity of both their educational departments and the schools they support, raising the profile of CPD and its value as a vital part of a teacher’s career. CPD is often overlooked as key to good teaching practice, and the need for it to take place regularly as well as follow a well-planned and cohesive structure.
For our programme partners, including Ministries of Education, local departments of education, and NGOS working in education in lower income Commonwealth countries, we can offer technical advisory services that guide the rollout of Teach2030 on a national scale for teachers working in all communities.
WHAT TEACHERS SAY ABOUT US...
Our vibrant community of teachers and programme partners from across the Commonwealth countries have much to say about Teach2030 and the benefits to underserved communities around the world.
Matthews Phiri, Maths and ICT teacher, Tanzania.
Matthew Phiri tells us how he has benefited from ‘Fresh Thinking for Your Classroom.’
Sera Inambao, head teacher, Zambia
Sera feels that having quality professional development materials that she and her teachers can work on at the same time is helping to bring them together.
Admire Kettles, South Africa
How does Admire Kettles, from Gauteng, South Africa, think that Teach2030 compares to other professional development programmes that he has used?