Chartered College of Teaching - free membership to trainee teachers

The Chartered College of Teaching is the professional body for teachers, bridging the gap between practice and research and equipping teachers with the knowledge and confidence to make the best decisions.
Free membership is currently available to ITT trainees with half price membership for ECTs. Membership benefits include:
  • The Profession, an early career publication packed with teacher insights and tools;
  • Access to an early career area containing research and guides; 
  • Online access to the termly journal, Impact
  • Opportunities to connect with teachers at exclusive events and networks;
  • Bitesize compact guides to download. 
We encourage providers to promote the Chartered College’s offer to your trainees to help them make the most of their training, and access quality resources.
To view the full list of membership benefits, visit Chartered College of Teaching.

Remote Learning

Interesting Articles

Teach Like a Champion – Doug Lemov’s Field Notes



How our Trainee Teachers are adapting their Teaching during a national lockdown – Teach South West

How are Trainee Teachers are adapting their teaching during a national lockdown


“Chat for understanding” – Sadie McCleary uses the chat to assess student mastery  – Teach Like a Champion



Pedagogy Trumps Format – Durrington Research School 



Remote Learning: Live or offline, cover the basic elements – Teacherhead



15 (Remote Teaching) Pedagogical Approaches – @TeacherToolkit website



EEF Blog: Live teaching and pre-recorded video lessons – how can we best navigate the evidence? – Education Endowment Foundation/EEF



Remote Learning Resources – Oak National Academy





7 reasons why I still love teaching – TES


13 clever teaching hacks for Microsoft Teams – TES




Come along to one of our exciting taster days where you can talk to teachers and students. We can answer any of your questions and we show you how it feels to work as a teacher. Meet people who have been in your situation and ask them how you can make the next step.