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How to develop consistent teaching in your school

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Last updated on 8 December 2016
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How can we make teaching in school and across a group of schools consistent? We look at how to reduce in-school variation in the quality of teaching, including advice from a teaching school. We also look at how a school used CPD and how groups of schools work together to achieve consistency.

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  1. 1 Developing consistent teaching within a school
  2. 2 Using CPD to ensure consistency of teaching
  3. 3 Developing teaching across a group of schools
  4. 4 School-to-school support: the impact of teaching schools

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