Commonwealth Education Trust

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Help teachers improve their skills around the world.

Bought to you by the Commonwealth Education Trust, Teach2030 is a new collection of courses and resources for teachers working around the world to add to their talents, developed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The online training improves core teaching skills such as classroom management, lesson planning, assessment and other critical areas. It is a low-data solution designed for teachers working in under resourced settings, especially those in rural locations with large classrooms.

There are lots of free courses, and the rest are very affordable. 

All of the course content is aligned to Cambridge Teaching Standards.

Resource type: training

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