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Take part in the Teacher reader survey 2016

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Take part in the Teacher reader survey 2016

You may have been a loyal reader since we first went live, or you may have only recently discovered Teacher as a resource.

Whichever group you belong to we’d love to know your feedback on the magazine, how you’re using Teacher articles, podcasts, videos and infographics and the topics you want to see covered in the coming 12 months.

The 2016 Teacher reader survey is now live. Your input will help us continue to improve the content to make it even more relevant to you – and, by taking part, you’ll go in the draw to win a Teacher Wellbeing Pack containing a Fitbit Surge and Apple iPod Shuffle.

Following up on your feedback

In our 2015 survey, you told us you wanted examples of strategies for reporting to parents, looking after your own wellbeing, coding in the curriculum and STEM learning, and some practical behaviour management tips. Click on the links to see examples of how the editorial team followed-up on those suggestions.

Evidence + Insight + Action

‘Action’ is part of the Teacher strapline so we’re always interested in hearing how you’re using content, individually, in your staff teams, and in whole school PD, to reflect on and improve your own skills and practices. Last year, hundreds of you got in touch to share your professional stories.

The 2016 survey is open to all readers. You might be a pre-service teacher or postgraduate lecturer, education consultant or tutor, a classroom practitioner or principal. Whatever your role, sector or location we want to hear from you.

Finally, we’re once again asking you to share a piece of advice with your fellow educators … so, get your thinking caps on and pass on your words of wisdom to the rest of the Teacher community.

The 2016 Teacher reader survey runs from July 11 to August 12. Click on the link to take part and go in the draw to win our Wellbeing Pack.

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