Developing teacher voice

We are writing this editorial having enjoyed attending two recent RE/RW teacher conferences, RExChange and Strictly RE. Moving online is an interesting shift for knowledge exchange and teaching. We miss the opportunity to connect through the social side of professional networking in person but, given the financial challenges currently facing teachers and schools, these cheap and efficient modes of delivering high-quality continuing professional development are accessible to many more colleagues. Each event seeks to bring teachers’ voices to the forefront of national conversations about RE/religion and worldviews teaching, something we also strive to do in Professional REflection, so we were there to offer workshops encouraging teachers like you to write for us. We advise from initial ideas, developing drafts through to final edits. Are you interested?

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