We have a wide range of online offerings to support your professional learning this term.
A few highlighted offerings of interest include:
- A recording of the 'inspiring and engaging' conversation with Maureen McKenna, Executive Director of Education at Glasgow City Council
- Our freely available webinar recordings on remote learning, blended learning and learning from the pandemic
- Our free online resources for teachers and parents with fun activities
- Video: Video: Getting Involved with the Professional Learning Team at Moray House
- Video asset for PL
Professional learning webinars
Learn more about our variety of informative and engaging webinars that draw on theory and practice, aimed at colleagues working in education to support their professional development.
Professional learning seminars (in person)
Join us for in person events focusing on a variety of subjects to help with professional development.
'In Conversation With...' Events
We are delighted to offer a series of events in conversation with distinguished individuals in education.
Short courses and events
We offer a variety of events and short courses including conversations with education professionals and courses on timetabling, leadership of learning and assistive technology.
Intensive and longer courses
We offer various intensive, one-week courses and longer courses running throughout a term or the full academic year to advance individuals' professional learning in a variety of areas.
Pupil mental health in the secondary school classroom
The current project is a collaboration between The University of Edinburgh and the Scottish Youth Parliament, funded by the ESRC, to co-create a booklet for teachers to use for the support and promotion of pupil mental health and wellbeing in their classrooms.
Move & Read - Research Project
Move & Read is a research project that aims to co-develop with teachers a programme of activities for early literacy that are physically active and align with the learning content (this is called embodied cognition). Move & Read brings together primary 1 teachers' expertise and considers their needs, their settings, and the facilitators and barriers they face when it comes to teaching early literacy in a physically active way. As part of the Move & Read project, it is important to support primary school teachers' professional learning and engagement with research evidence.
Resources for teachers and parents
We offer a variety of online professional learning opportunities, helping the wider community by improving support for individuals and, in particular, teachers and parents so that children and young people continue to benefit from high-quality learning experiences.