ON TEACHING SCOTLAND
23/04/15 | Scottish Pupils Book in for a Greener Future
A graphic novel based upon the life of pioneering conservationist John Muir has created a statistically significant shift in pupil's attitudes towards and connection to the natural world, according to a recent study.
15/04/15 | Teacher Education Advancement Network seminar
GTCS is hosting a TEAN event on 4 June, giving colleagues the opportunity to talk about improving support for student and probationary teachers to learn more effectively.
03/04/15 | Life After School - preparing young Scots with skills for work
Preparing young people to have key skills for work upon leaving school is not only of vital importance but also a much debated subject and a current concern widely reported in the media.
An election will take place later this year to fill 11 of the 19 registered teacher seats on the fully independent GTC Scotland Council.
We would like to remind all registrants that the 2014-15 registration period came to an end on 31 March 2015.
Professional Recognition provides the opportunity for a teacher to be recognised as an accomplished practitioner in a particular area.
We have launched a new initiative supporting and promoting practitioner research. The interactive online platform provides an opportunity for education practitioners to share, discuss and review unpublished practitioner research.
View our online register which lists all GTCS registered teachers, authorised to teach in Scotland, and details their current registration status.