|In the latest best practice article from The Bell Foundation, Silvana Richardson, Strategic Education Advisor for the Foundation, examines EAL in the new Early Career Framework. From September, it will become a statutory requirement for all schools to offer, and for all early career teachers (ECTs) to undertake, a two-year professional development support and training programme based on the Early Career Framework. The focus is on quality learning for all which means there is no mention of EAL within the framework. |
The below articles, therefore, provide practical advice for schools on how to identify opportunities to apply an “EAL lens” as ECF sessions are planned and how to select, adapt and create materials based on the generic content.