What is included?
- Action research workshops: a series of three sessions per teacher introducing you to the skills of teacher enquiry and supporting your action research project
- Access: resources and research in the member-only area, including published action research reports from other members
- Connect: a member directory enabling you to share practice with other teaching professionals in your region or area of interest
1. Standard membership (one school or cluster of schools)
- Nominated teachers attend workshops at local partner eedNET university over the course of a year
Feedback on action plan and final report available from eedNET university tutor via email or online
- Standard membership runs for one academic year. Membership rates can be pro-rated as required for new members joining part way through a year.
- Additional teachers can be added, pricing on request
2. Distance learning
- As for standard membership package, but nominated teachers access workshop materials online on a flexible basis
- Coaching and check-in with eedNET university tutor delivered via Skype
- The model is particularly suitable for international schools or members some distance from partner universities
3. In-house delivery (whole school initiative or cluster)
- Workshops are delivered in-house, for example on INSET days, by an eedNET tutor
- Bespoke pricing available on request and will depend on number of teachers participating, location and any additional services required (eg award ceremonies, tutor feedback, additional training)
5 good reasons....
1. To be part of a growing movement of teachers who want to do more for their
students than coach for exams
2. Access the latest research and thinking on teaching practice
3. Training to use Action Research in your classroom practice
4. See your work published and share your experience with colleagues
5. Rediscover the spirit that made you chose to teach in the first place
More than a Network, we are a Community
The Centre for Real-World Learning at the University of Winchester has teamed up with universities around the country to create a unique professional learning community dedicated to expansive education.
eedNET is a not-for-profit organisation. We are not trying to sell training or CPD, we simply want our members to be equipped with the research, information and skills to develop their own practice as teachers so they can develop young people ready for whatever the 21st Century will throw at them.
The network exists to:
- Develop thinking and practice in relation to expansive education and what it means to become a powerful 21st century learner
- Link teachers to universities, providing high-quality training, either face-to-face or using distance learning, that enables them to undertake teacher enquiries in their own setting
- Provide a place for teachers to publish their own enquiries and see new work developed by others
- Connect teachers with one another encouraging local networking, idea sharing and professional development between like-minded professionals.