Our top 5 blog posts

We’ve had over 10,000 visitors to our blog since we launched it in September 2015. Thank you! Of the 25 blog posts we’ve published so far, the following have been the most popular. We hope you enjoy these posts and subscribe to our blog to receive even more great posts on education throughout 2016.

Rachel West_creativity_2Why do we need creativity?

Rachel West, Education Officer at Cambridge, asks ‘What is creativity, and why do we need it?’



International teacher trainer_Sept15 What does it take to be an international teacher trainer?

Paul Ellis, Head of Teaching & Learning Strategy at Cambridge, discusses what we look for in our trainers and how you can get involved.



CSC 20145 dos and 5 don’ts for effective teacher development

David Weston, Chief Executive of the Teacher Development Trust, shares his top 10 dos and don’ts for effective teacher development.



Lisa's postHow do you make Shakespeare appealing to language learners?

Why would you introduce a playwright who died almost 400 years ago to language learners? Lisa Peter, International Lecturer in Shakespeare Studies at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, emphasises the importance of taking time to start with the fun in Shakespeare.


Education successHow can education prepare you for the working world?

Sophie Armstrong, who joined us in 2014 as a Graduate Trainee, looks at her own learning experiences and how they have helped to prepare her for life in the working world.


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