Here you will find reflections on past EIS Professional Learning courses, conferences, and webinars, as well as studies of learning in practice, alongside resources and further reading to support your professional learning.
For more information about future events nationally and in your area, see Professional Learning Courses & Seminars or contact EIS Professional Learning Co-Ordinators Rob Henthorn and Pauline McColgan.
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In November 2020, Fife Learning Rep Tony Russell conducted a survey of Primary members in Fife on the subject of Teachers Rights.
This summer, EIS Learning Reps participated in a digital skills course, aimed at equipping participants with theory and practical knowledge to move learning online.
The theme of 2020's conference was "Professional Learning for an Empowered Profession"
The 2020 SUL event ‘Everyday Skills: Building Effective Pathways to Learning was held in Glasgow, February 2020.
In this continuing series showcasing EIS members’ professional development journeys, Highland Local Association member Irene answers some questions about what got her engaged with EIS professional learning and what keeps her engaged.
On Saturday 25th January, EIS members from all over Scotland gathered at EIS HQ in Edinburgh for a professional learning event on implementing LGBT+ Inclusive Education, under the title Taking Pride in Teaching LGBT+ Young People.
EIS visited St Peter's Primary in Edinburgh to see how they are embracing the Sustainable Development Goals.
As part of Book Week Scotland, staff at Cumnock Academy were invited to attend a lunchtime Books and Banter event.
Around 20 EIS members from across the country have participated in training around addressing sexual harassment in education environments.
17 teachers from across the North East of Scotland met in Dundee to explore ways of bringing the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) alive in their schools, communities and lives.
Women placing ourselves as the subject of our conversation
It’s my work, not my life – how is balance achievable?
EIS member offers his views on participating in professional learning
Trainer Gillian Neish talks about the importance of training in this topic.
Talking about mental health doesn’t have to mean mental ill health
11 practitioners from across Dumfries and Galloway met in Galashiels at the end of September to explore conflict resolution and restorative practices.
30 participants came together over the last two days of sunshine this Autumn to develop their skills and confidence around leadership.
In September 2019, 13 teachers came together to discuss tackling mental health needs of the young people we work with in secondary schools.
GTCS Director of Education Dr Pauline Stephen
Practitioner Enquiry for Instrumental Music Teachers: Resources
This EIS Professional Learning Conference took place on Saturday 11 May 2019.