Latest data shows more teachers than ever using online learning to enhance teaching skills
Nord Anglia Education released figures today showing an increase in how teachers are using Nord Anglia University (NAU), the organisation’s online professional development platform, to enhance their professional learning and development.
Nord Anglia’s analysis, based on its 10,000 teachers in 32 countries, found courses helping educators develop their teaching skills were the most popular and accounted for 62% of all online learning sessions between May 2021 and October 2021. In contrast, between September 2020 and April 2021 teaching skills made up 51% of all learning sessions on NAU.
NAU contains thousands of learning resources designed to support teachers’ continued professional development and connect them with peers across Nord Anglia’s global network of schools. Using the best in AI to personalise the learning experience, the platform promotes collaboration and the sharing of best practice in teaching, wellbeing, and career management with teachers forming community groups online.
In September this year, the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) awarded Nord Anglia University formal accreditation for the third year running for the quality of its professional development programme. The LPI also commended Nord Anglia as an organisation that ‘continually learns and improves’.
Dr Elise Ecoff, Group Director of Education, Nord Anglia Education, said: “It’s great to see how education technology is a transformative tool for professional development and helps teachers continue to deepen their knowledge and access learning wherever they’re teaching in the world. At Nord Anglia, encouraging a culture of continuous improvement is at the very heart of our mission to ensure the best learning outcomes for our students.”