Podcast by The Education and Training Foundation Podcast
Why menopause matters in FE – our collective responsibility
In this episode, we hear from colleagues at the Education and Training Foundation, the Association of Colleges, Southbank Colleges, Nottingham College, Sandwell College and the Women’s Leadership Network, who discuss why menopause matters in FE and beyond.
Dr Lou Mycroft and Paul Tully on professionalism
Paul Tully, Professionalism Manager at the ETF, speaks to Dr Lou Mycroft, author, researcher and social media influencer, about her recent work on The Thinking Environment.
LGBTQ+ initiatives across the FE sector
This Equality, Diversity and Inclusion episode is about LGBTQ+ initiatives across the FE sector. Hear from Jeff Greenidge (Director of Diversity at the Association of Colleges), Kelly Townend (Quality and Operations Manager at West Yorkshire Partnership), Lindsey Johnson (Principal and CEO at Craven College), Milly, a student at Craven College who heads up Student Support, Dr Ann Limb (Chair at City and Guilds), Jae Sloan (Independent Consultant) and Apinder Sidhu (Diversity and Inclusion Lead at the ETF).
Bradley Lightbody and Paul Tully on 'lessons with soft edges'
In the latest episode on The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) Podcast, Paul Tully, Professionalism Manager at the ETF, speaks to author and teacher Bradley Lightbody about teaching, improvement and professional practice.
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Kayte Haselgrove and Paul Tully on professionalism and expertise
What do we mean by expertise and why is it so important to understand the pedagogy that relates directly to your subject? In the latest episode on The Education and Training Foundation (ETF) Podcast, Paul Tully, Professionalism Manager at the ETF, speaks to Kayte Haselgrove about the concept of expertise and the relationship between expertise and professionalism.
Here Kayte talks about her experience of creating successful subject specialism networks, the importance of empowering and motivating teachers and trainers.
Please visit the SET website to access the full transcript.
Jacqueline and Lynn's ATS diary #2: Keeping a record as you go along
In the second of our diary episodes with SET Members Jacqueline Brown and Lynn Baker, we hear how about the great progress they have been making on their Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) journey and why the reflective diary has been such a cathartic experience.