Early professional development activities
Range of activitiesThe range of professional development activities is huge. People often think only of courses but here are some ideas for self-study, observations, extending your professional practice and developing your pastoral experience:
|1. Reflecting on progress so far.|
|2. Reading the educational press.|
|3. Learning more about strategies for teaching pupils with special needs.|
|4. Learning more about strategies for teaching pupils with English as an additional language.|
|5. Learning more about strategies for teaching very able pupils.|
|6. Visiting local education centres, museums and venues for outings.|
|7. Looking at the educational possibilities of the local environment.|
|8. Working with the SENCO on writing Individual Education Plans (IEPs).|
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Book title: The Insider's Guide to Early Professional Development: Succeed in Your First Five Years as a Teacher.
Contributors: Sara Bubb - Author.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: 23.
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