As your professional body, we are guided by the needs of the teaching profession, our members are at the heart of everything we do. We know there are many benefits to membership and members like yourself may wish to become even more involved with the work of the Chartered College of Teaching. Becoming more involved in the activities below presents an opportunity to develop yourself, your school and the wider profession.
HOW YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE TO THE CHARTERED COLLEGE OF TEACHING:
JOIN THE IMPACT PEER REVIEW PANEL:
Impact is the practitioner journal of the Chartered College of Teaching. It connects research findings to classroom practice, with a focus on the interests and voices of teachers and educators. We are always looking for reviewers, if you would like to be added to our reviewer database, please complete the form with your areas of expertise and we will get in touch with you with relevant articles in due course.
APPLY TO BECOME A NETWORK LEADER AND RUN YOUR ON CHARTERED COLLEGE NETWORK
Networks are groups led by members of the Chartered College of Teaching who have successfully applied as network leaders. Networks offer local opportunities for professionals to develop their practice and engage in discussions and debates around relevant themes and issues.
ADVOCACY, SPREAD THE WORD OF THE CHARTERED COLLEGE AND THE BENEFITS OF BEING A MEMBER
Do you regularly speak to friends and colleagues about how beneficial your membership has been? We are always looking for our members to advocate on our behalf.
Being an advocate involves sharing your experiences as a member to help colleagues across the profession looking to engage with research and the latest insight to improve classroom practice. There’s no application process, but we have a suite of resources and materials for you to download (link above). You can even request marketing materials from us:
WRITE FOR US
JOIN IN OUR MEMBER REFERENCE GROUP
STAND IN OUR ANNUAL ELECTION
Annually, further details to be announced every autumn.
HOW OUR MEMBERS HAVE BEEN GETTING INVOLVED: