The cambridge teacher

the cambridge teacher

What is Cambridge doing to support teaching and learning?

Cambridge principles into practice: languages guide for schools – focusing on language use across your school curriculum and environment, guidance on evaluating and developing your approach to languages. We’re working on new resources that support teaching and learning in Cambridge schools.

What are the Cambridge School leader and teacher standards?

Cambridge School Leader and Teacher Standards – a range of key characteristics and practices that we believe should be shown by effective school leaders and Cambridge teachers.

How can the Cambridge learner attributes be used in teaching?

Developing the Cambridge learner attributes – practical guidance on how schools might use the Cambridge learner attributes to develop teaching practice and share their curriculum. Education briefs – a close look at important themes in education, including active learning, bilingual education and assessment for learning. Getting started with…

What devices can I use the Cambridge teacher on?

The Cambridge Teacher works best on computers and tablets. Please log in from another device to register for access to all the digital products and resources linked to your Cambridge courses.

Why choose Cambridge University for teaching?

We provide a wide range of support for teachers so that you can give your learners the best possible preparation for Cambridge programmes and qualifications. An education founded on these attributes inspires in students a love of learning that leads to success in the classroom, in examinations, and throughout a career.

What does the Cambridge family do for teachers?

The Cambridge family has come together to bring you a range of resources, support and guidance to help you deliver effective teaching and learning. Whether you are in school, teaching from home, or adopting a blended approach, we are committed to helping you and your learners.

What support is there for school leaders and teachers delivering Cambridge?

We are committed to providing a high level of support for school leaders and teachers delivering Cambridge programmes. We’ve produced a series of resources to support the teaching and learning in your school. They explore different aspects of educational practice, from designing a curriculum to improving the quality of classroom activity.

What is the Cambridge Centre for teaching and learning?

The Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning works with staff to enrich educational practice; funds innovation and encourages the exchange of ideas and methods; and is a focus for enhancement initiatives within the Collegiate University, nationally and internationally.

What are the Cambridge learner attributes?

This question inspired the development of the Cambridge learner attributes in 2011. Since we introduced the attributes – confident, responsible, reflective, innovative, engaged – some schools and teachers have asked us for more practical guidance on how they can nurture these learning habits.

Why choose Cambridge University for teaching?

We provide a wide range of support for teachers so that you can give your learners the best possible preparation for Cambridge programmes and qualifications. An education founded on these attributes inspires in students a love of learning that leads to success in the classroom, in examinations, and throughout a career.

Why have we developed the Cambridge School leader and teacher standards?

To help teachers and school leaders define what quality teaching and learning looks like, we have developed the Cambridge School Leader and Teacher standards. They articulate what we believe to be the key characteristics and practices of effective teachers and school leaders. How have we developed the standards?

How do the Cambridge English teaching qualifications work?

These qualifications are mapped to the Cambridge English Teaching Framework, and support teachers every step of the way by helping them build the skills and confidence they need to teach English effectively.

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