Contact

Contact

If you have any questions about our opportunities for teachers and school staff, please contact the Teacher Engagement team:

E: wp.teachers@ucl.ac.uk
T: 020 3108 6236 (9:00am-4:30pm Mon-Fri)

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Professional Learning Network

The UCL Access and Widening Participation Office have launched a Professional Learning Network (PLN) for teachers and education professionals. Members of the PLN are invited to attend special events including ‘Teacher Takeaway’ twilight CPD sessions, and they also receive a regular newsletter outlining events and opportunities across UCL.


PLN activities and events draw together a community of education professionals interested in engaging with research and sharing practice to support achievement and progression. Our intention is that practising teachers will form a powerful voice within the Network, shaping content and helping to deliver CPD, which will be complemented by contributions from experts within higher education and the wider professions.

As part of UCL’s commitment to widening participation and fair access, the Professional Learning Network is free to join and aimed at teachers working in state-funded schools and colleges. If you would like to be a part of the Network please register using the online form.

Interested in applying for the Verbal Feedback Project? Register for the PLN using the link above and you will be sent full application details upon joining.

Teacher Takeaway
Make Marking Count with @TeacherToolkit

10 October 2018, 6.00pm-7.30pm at UCL, London

The UCL Access and Widening Participation Office is delighted to welcome Ross McGill, founder and Director of @TeacherToolkit to lead this interactive CPD event for teachers. Ross is an award-winning blogger, author and teacher with over 20 years classroom and school leadership experience, he is also the most followed educator in the UK, offering insightful and provocative views on the contemporary education landscape.

The Teacher Takeaway will explore the relationship between marking, planning and teaching, with a focus on the role of marking and its impact on student progression and achievement. The session will identify practical strategies for delivering feedback using a range of methods that aim to reduce teacher workload.

The Teacher Takeaway is free to attend and open to teachers working in state schools and colleges, to secure your place please email wp.teachers@ucl.ac.uk