Outstanding teachers do several things that set them apart from their peers, but it might not be the things you think.
In this Teach Middle East Podcast episode, Cat Chowdhary shares insights from her new book on what an outstanding teacher does.
Bio: Cat Chowdhary is Head of English and Media Studies. She has ten years of experience working in the education sector, following the National Curriculum both in the UK and abroad. She is also a regular blogger on Teaching and Learning, particularly focusing on the work and research of John Hattie.
About the book: So… What Does an Outstanding Teacher Do?
A Visible Learning Evidence-Based Approach Cat Chowdhary What distinguishes an outstanding Teacher? Many teachers will admit they don’t know what ‘Outstanding’ looks like. It isn’t something that can be achieved in a single lesson. It is a craft that needs to be developed. This guide expands on previous works by discussing long-term development, the benefits of embedding skills, learner attributes and the impact of COVID. Chowdhary provides teachers with guidance for enhancing practice that easily applies to any classroom. This book is a practical and accessible guide for any practising teacher, ECT or PGCE student who aspires to maximise their positive impact and become truly outstanding.
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