I am delighted to tell you that the CPD Team and partners are continuing their full programme of CPDMeets (free webconferences on Glow).
The season kicks off with the subject of professional learning communities. Fearghal Kelly will talk about “Subject learning communities” which is East Lothian’s take on professional collaboration. You can register for Fearghal’s CPDMeet on Glow
If you haven’t yet booked up for this year’s annual conference, then don’t delay. The theme is how we can think differently to achieve success for Curriculum for Excellence, and the reflections will be aided by a wide range of speakers such as Keith Brown, Minister for Skills and Lifelong Learning, Jim Scott, headteacher of Perth High School, Detective Inspector Linda Borland of the Violence Reduction Unit, Irene Whitford a teacher from Kirkliston Primary school and many more.
Places at £80 each can be reserved by contacting Ruth on 0131 474 9360 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I-share (or CPDShare) is a way of sharing your CPD practice in the Glow communities that are affiliated to CPDCentral.
There are four Is you can share with colleagues in your CPD community: Issue, Idea, Insight / research and Interesting practice.
To add your own, look for an Add button.
You can also I-share across more than one CPD community by adding different hashtags. Using the I-share form is pretty straightforward. Watch this tutorial video clip if you need more help. It’s a bit dated but will still give you an idea of why sharing is important and how to use the I-share form