Future Spaces, future teachers and the importance of publishing | Oliver Quinlan

Professionals create the field which they inhabit, someone once said to me before pointing out that with mandated curricula, little time for research, and less still for writing and publishing, the teaching profession face huge challenges in showing this hallmark of a profession. 

It is happening though, increasing numbers of teachers are using the benefits of digital to allow them to make use of the time they have spare (often ‘their own’) and the connections they can make to shared interests.

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