The Great Teaching Toolkit is now available to individual teachers!
Since the Great Teaching Toolkit was released last September, its aim has been to provide teachers with high-quality feedback, training and tools in the areas that underpin great teaching in the classroom. Ultimately, it seeks to guide evidence-based, sustained and sustainable professional development in schools and colleges. More than 12,000 licences have been taken up since then in schools and colleges around the world.
Our team of GTT Advisors have been listening to feedback from teachers and leaders in their regular conversations. In this series of blog posts, we’ll explore what feedback we’ve received, what developments and additions are coming soon, and how they will help you and your colleagues.
While the Starter account is great to be able to try some of the feedback tools, my school or college isn’t able to fund 10 places, and I’d like to buy access for myself only.
… And what’s coming next
Newly launched, in response to this, is our Individual Teacher plan – a way of accessing the GTT for those who simply want to sign up for their own professional learning for a year.
This will have all the same features as the subscription for a body of staff (although without the aggregated reporting, for obvious reasons!), including the Community, all feedback tools, full course access, the video observation tool, and your own personal CPD Passport. You will also receive access to new features when they are released.
How do I access this?
The Individual Teacher account is now available as a paid upgrade from the free Starter account, and costs £299 (excl. VAT) for a year’s all-you-can-learn CPD.
If you already have a Starter account, you can upgrade by following the instructions in this support article.
If you are yet to sign up for a free Starter plan, you can do so at this link.
Read more about other features in the following posts: