Connecting Educators Globally

The Education Exchange is an online global exchange of education research, experience and ideas to deliver the best possible outcomes to children and young people. Developed by the Chartered College of Teaching, The Education Exchange supports global conversations about what matters in teaching, promotes collaboration and provides the space for teachers to shape their future. Start by exploring our five themes and the opportunities for you to share your perspectives with our global community of educators. Create Account

The purpose and vision of education

Hear from educators through articles and videos before entering discussions and sharing your reflections on the difference teachers and schools make, rethinking accountability and policy development, the role of home and in-school learning, tackling the disadvantage gap, building pupils’ knowledge, skills, career, character and love of learning.

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Connect with educators globally to explore how schools and parents can work together to support and develop pupils
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Online and digital learning

Hear from educators through articles and videos before entering discussions and sharing your reflections on the potential of digital technology in education, effective approaches to online and digital learning, rethinking assessment, developing pupils’ and teachers’ digital skills, access to technology, e-safety, e-safeguarding and data.

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Connect with educators globally to explore how we create learners for life
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Professional learning for the 21st century

Hear from educators through articles and videos before entering discussions and sharing your reflections on formal and informal professional learning, coaching mentoring and professional collaboration, subject expertise and job satisfaction, tailoring learning for early career and expert teachers, leadership and teacher leadership, showing and sharing learning across professional boundaries.

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Connect with educators globally to explore what school is for
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Connecting and expanding learning

Hear from educators through articles and videos before entering discussions and sharing your reflections on effective collaboration, building communities, supporting and valuing families, supporting pupil wellbeing and mental health, home learning and the importance of the early years

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Connect with educators globally to explore the role of digital technologies now and in the future
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Building learning independence

Hear from educators through articles and videos before entering discussions and sharing your reflections on metacognition and self-regulation, self-directed learning and project-based learning, youth social action, motivation and lifelong learning, extra-curricular and pastoral support, capturing and sharing learning.

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Connect with educators globally to explore professional learning