Following up on his Opinion piece on middle leadership in Issue 72, Dick Lynas discusses the importance of leadership and collaboration in closing the poverty related attainment gap.
Jacqueline Morley, Senior Education Officer, sets out what GTC Scotland's suite of Professional Learning Awards offers to the profession.
Rachel Frew, winner of the 2017 George D Gray Award, shares her research exploring the benefits and implications of enhancing the provision of community languages.
Modern Studies teacher Robert Macmillan shares his views on the importance of prioritising teacher health and wellbeing.
The Regulation Team continues to evolve the fitness to teach process by taking steps to understand the impact on those involved.
Lena Carter, Head of Teaching and Learning in a secondary school in Argyll, thinks it is vitally important for teachers to take control of their own health and wellbeing in order to benefit pupils in the classroom.
We set out some of the main points from the response GTCS issued to the Scottish Government Empowering Schools Consultation.
Teachers Jane Cooper and Kate Hendry have worked with Lilias Fraser of the National Poetry Library to create a book of poems for teachers about the highs and lows of the profession.
We learn about the University of Strathclyde's Return to Teaching course, which is supporting teachers to refresh their knowledge and skills and make their return to the classroom.
As significant shifts in the way Scottish education is governed are planned, it’s time for teachers to collaborate collectively and remind ourselves that what we do really matters.