Welcome to NASBTT's Teacher Educator and Mentoring Zone (TEMZ)

This dedicated resource has been designed to support the professional learning and development of Teacher Educators and Mentors both individually and collectively as a profession.

We believe it is vital to recognise the role of the Teacher Educator as a professional who is instrumental to the development of early career teachers.

Our Teacher Educator and Mentoring Zone (TEMZ) includes mentoring and subject resources.

Access is free of charge for all Teacher Educators and Mentors in all settings.

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Based on our Professional Framework for Teacher Educators, our mentoring resources provide dedicated guidance, helpful tips and advice, articles, further reading, videos and handy printable guides.

Resources are easily accessible and designed to be a starting point for Teacher Educators and mentors who are keen to develop their own practice and knowledge. The content is built on existing theory and research, as well as first-hand practical advice that can be implemented quickly.

Led by our subject specialists, our subject resources provide Teacher Educators with resources and information in the primary and secondary National Curriculum subjects.

Each subject area includes informative resources, recommended reading, instructional videos, useful articles, blogs, podcasts, current topical newsfeed, good practice ideas, professional learning opportunities and much more.

TEMZ News

The Young Historian Project – Closing Date 20th July 2024.

May 20, 2024

The Spirit of Normandy Trust awards annual prizes for essays submitted by schools throughout the country relating to World War 2 events and their historical significance. Primary: these entries are…

Careers within the Music Industry

May 16, 2024

UK Music is a website looking at progression paths within the music industry

French Teacher Award

May 13, 2024

The Institut Francais’ annual award is back for 2024. With a deadline of October, you have plenty of time to nominate a colleague (or yourself!). As well an award presented…

An educator’s guide to digital music distribution

May 13, 2024

Music Teachers Magazine: An overview on how students can share their music beyond the classroom.

New Religion and Worldviews material from the REC is now live

May 8, 2024

On 2nd May the Religious Education Council (REC) launched its  Developing a Religion and Worldviews Approach  in Religious Education handbook and toolkit. This is the second part of the REC…

The Independent Schools’ Modern Language Association

May 8, 2024

The Independent Schools’ Modern Language Association (ISMLA) offers news, support and events (CPD & pupil events) to both state and independent schools. If you wish to collaborate with other schools…

Keep up-to-date with the activities of the National Consortium for Languages Education

May 8, 2024

It’s a year now since the National Consortium for Languages Education (NCLE) was set up. It has a wealth of information, CPD offerings and support for Language Departments in schools,…

History Webinar Tuesday 7th May 2024  4.00p.m. – 5:30p.m.

May 7, 2024

Joe Smith, Katharine Burn and Richard Harris will be presenting a webinar for the Stirling Centre for Research in Curriculum Making with the title – ‘History Teachers as Curriculum-makers in…

Music Teachers Podcast: Discussion around innovative ways to link KS3 creative subjects with a theme

May 6, 2024

Discussion around innovative ways to link KS3 creative subjects with a theme – listen to the podcast from Musicteachers.org here.

What do students think about Climate Change and Sustainability Education?

April 29, 2024

The UCL Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability Education is undertaking research to find out what students in Year 7, Year 8, and Year 9 think about learning about climate…