In this section, you will find a number of publications, webinar recordings, conference presentations and interviews to help you develop your skills and knowledge as a teacher educator in the professional practice 'Taking responsibility for own professional development'. All of the content you will find here is from across the TeachingEnglish website and provides insight and ideas to support your work in a variety of aspects related to teacher education.

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The brave new world of teachers in 2020

Every teacher takes on multiple roles, specialist, advisor, friend, facilitator and above all a teacher is in loco parentis. This continues in the virtual world too. But the biggest question is – who will guide us in these difficult times? I think the teaching community – all of us teachers will have to help and guide each other.

Milica Vukadin - Being a Mentor and a Mentee - Developing Together

Mentoring is something that is not so common in most schools in our country, especially among young educators. The mentors we get are usually the formal ones - professors who are mentors on our thesis or professional development instructors. But what happens when two young teachers enter the mentorship circle? 

Feedback: Why we need to think carefully about this process

‘Evaluation alone will not improve practice. Productive feedback must be accompanied by opportunities to learn. Evaluations should trigger continuous goal-setting and […] can be used to stimulate meaningful professional learning as teachers set goals and pursue them with the assistance of administrators and colleagues’. Darling-Hammond, 99:2013)

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