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Latest Episodes

Gavin Lumsden: Coaching For Education

Music: https://www.bensound.com

14 MINJUL 9
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Gavin Lumsden: Coaching For Education

Reflections on the Birmingham Local Network Group event on the theme of dyslexia Birmingham Final

In this short podcast, Mandy Gutsell reflects on her first Local Networking Group (LNG) event in Birmingham. She reveals how not even a power cut could get in the way of her passion to deliver an event to offer practitioners advice and tips on supporting learners with dyslexia.

13 MINAPR 30
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Reflections on the Birmingham Local Network Group event on the theme of dyslexia Birmingham Final

Find out more about Advanced Teacher Status (ATS)

We hear from Patricia Odell, Head of ATS and QTLS, and Dr Catherine Manning, ATS Operations Manager, who explain more about Advanced Teacher Status (ATS). This 15-minute podcast also features a past ATS awardee and ATS mentor who explain the benefits of applying for ATS and how to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.

15 MINAPR 17
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Find out more about Advanced Teacher Status (ATS)

How to become a member of the Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG)

Alana Horden, SET Operations Manager, and Naomi Dixon, Memberships Coordinator, speak to SET's Online Editor, Julia Faulks, to explain more about the process of applying to be a member of the Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG). Find out what a typical PAG meeting is like and what commitments you are expected to fulfil as part of the role. The deadline to apply to be a member of the PAG is 11 April 2019.

5 MINAPR 5
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How to become a member of the Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG)

Unlock your career potential with SET

This is a podcast version of a recent webinar and an opportunity to find out more about the key member benefits of the Society for Education and Training (SET) to support you in your career development and your practice in 2019. The podcast, narrated by Memberships Coordinator Naomi Dixon, includes details of all of the upcoming member only webinars, our new Local Network Groups, and information about how SET can help you develop your mentoring skills and practitioner research. Visit the SET website to watch the webinar version: https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/professionalism/resources-and-webinars/webinars/set-webinar-unlock-your-career-potential-with-set/

26 MINFEB 13
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Unlock your career potential with SET

Helping teachers encourage female learners into STEM

Ellie Bennett is a civil engineering lecturer at Stephenson College and part-time architectural designer. Here she talks about why she believes teachers need to promote female ambassadors in STEM before learners reach further education, and how improving self-efficacy in the classroom, and at home, is key to encouraging girls into STEM careers.

6 MIN2018 DEC 10
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Helping teachers encourage female learners into STEM

Supporting learners by taking a neurodiversity approach

Simon Beer, Head of Service for Haringey Adult Learning Service, explains why he believes in the value of taking a strengths-based approach in the classroom to support SEND learners and why he is heartened by the attitudinal shift of employers in the fight to challenge stigma in the workplace.

14 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Supporting learners by taking a neurodiversity approach

My QTLS experience: Nick Chadwick

Nick Chadwick, Education and Assessment Manager at Train Aid and former Head of Sports Development at Reigate College, explains how his career led to him completing QTLS and why he now encourages his teacher trainers to follow the same path.

5 MIN2018 AUG 8
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My QTLS experience: Nick Chadwick

Why becoming a Google Certified Educator has revolutionised the way I teach

Find out more about how becoming a Google Certified Trainer has satisfied Martine Ellis' hunger for technology and how her learners have adapted to a paperless classroom.

13 MIN2018 JUL 9
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Why becoming a Google Certified Educator has revolutionised the way I teach

Jannine Harris - Teaching with ADHD

SET member Jannine Harris, 44, is a special needs teacher at Billing Brook school in Northamptonshire and a MSc Psychology student at the University of Liverpool. She describes the challenges she faced before being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and how she manages it in her role. Read the full blog on the SET website: https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/news-events/blogs-and-articles/blogs/how-i-manage-my-adhd-as-a-teacher/

9 MIN2018 APR 23
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Jannine Harris - Teaching with ADHD

Latest Episodes

Gavin Lumsden: Coaching For Education

Music: https://www.bensound.com

14 MINJUL 9
Comments
Gavin Lumsden: Coaching For Education

Reflections on the Birmingham Local Network Group event on the theme of dyslexia Birmingham Final

In this short podcast, Mandy Gutsell reflects on her first Local Networking Group (LNG) event in Birmingham. She reveals how not even a power cut could get in the way of her passion to deliver an event to offer practitioners advice and tips on supporting learners with dyslexia.

13 MINAPR 30
Comments
Reflections on the Birmingham Local Network Group event on the theme of dyslexia Birmingham Final

Find out more about Advanced Teacher Status (ATS)

We hear from Patricia Odell, Head of ATS and QTLS, and Dr Catherine Manning, ATS Operations Manager, who explain more about Advanced Teacher Status (ATS). This 15-minute podcast also features a past ATS awardee and ATS mentor who explain the benefits of applying for ATS and how to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible.

15 MINAPR 17
Comments
Find out more about Advanced Teacher Status (ATS)

How to become a member of the Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG)

Alana Horden, SET Operations Manager, and Naomi Dixon, Memberships Coordinator, speak to SET's Online Editor, Julia Faulks, to explain more about the process of applying to be a member of the Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG). Find out what a typical PAG meeting is like and what commitments you are expected to fulfil as part of the role. The deadline to apply to be a member of the PAG is 11 April 2019.

5 MINAPR 5
Comments
How to become a member of the Practitioner Advisory Group (PAG)

Unlock your career potential with SET

This is a podcast version of a recent webinar and an opportunity to find out more about the key member benefits of the Society for Education and Training (SET) to support you in your career development and your practice in 2019. The podcast, narrated by Memberships Coordinator Naomi Dixon, includes details of all of the upcoming member only webinars, our new Local Network Groups, and information about how SET can help you develop your mentoring skills and practitioner research. Visit the SET website to watch the webinar version: https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/professionalism/resources-and-webinars/webinars/set-webinar-unlock-your-career-potential-with-set/

26 MINFEB 13
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Unlock your career potential with SET

Helping teachers encourage female learners into STEM

Ellie Bennett is a civil engineering lecturer at Stephenson College and part-time architectural designer. Here she talks about why she believes teachers need to promote female ambassadors in STEM before learners reach further education, and how improving self-efficacy in the classroom, and at home, is key to encouraging girls into STEM careers.

6 MIN2018 DEC 10
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Helping teachers encourage female learners into STEM

Supporting learners by taking a neurodiversity approach

Simon Beer, Head of Service for Haringey Adult Learning Service, explains why he believes in the value of taking a strengths-based approach in the classroom to support SEND learners and why he is heartened by the attitudinal shift of employers in the fight to challenge stigma in the workplace.

14 MIN2018 OCT 25
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Supporting learners by taking a neurodiversity approach

My QTLS experience: Nick Chadwick

Nick Chadwick, Education and Assessment Manager at Train Aid and former Head of Sports Development at Reigate College, explains how his career led to him completing QTLS and why he now encourages his teacher trainers to follow the same path.

5 MIN2018 AUG 8
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My QTLS experience: Nick Chadwick

Why becoming a Google Certified Educator has revolutionised the way I teach

Find out more about how becoming a Google Certified Trainer has satisfied Martine Ellis' hunger for technology and how her learners have adapted to a paperless classroom.

13 MIN2018 JUL 9
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Why becoming a Google Certified Educator has revolutionised the way I teach

Jannine Harris - Teaching with ADHD

SET member Jannine Harris, 44, is a special needs teacher at Billing Brook school in Northamptonshire and a MSc Psychology student at the University of Liverpool. She describes the challenges she faced before being diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and how she manages it in her role. Read the full blog on the SET website: https://set.et-foundation.co.uk/news-events/blogs-and-articles/blogs/how-i-manage-my-adhd-as-a-teacher/

9 MIN2018 APR 23
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Jannine Harris - Teaching with ADHD