Teachers as Enquirers Network (TEN)

TEN Poster 2020

Your Starter for TEN!

The Teachers as Enquirers Network (TEN) is an informal professional learning group, set up in 2019 by four East Lothian teachers with the support of East Lothian Council. TEN aims to provide a supportive and encouraging community for teachers who are interested in developing their practice through enquiry. It is intended to support year-long professional learning with enquiries chosen by teachers.

TEN is open to all teachers with an interest in enquiry.

What will TEN involve?

TEN will meet around five times over the course of 2020/21, with the first meeting at the end of September. We will aim to meet via Google Meet in the first instance. Teachers will choose their own focus for enquiry and we will share progress, discuss challenges and support each other’s enquiry developments. We will arrange meetings to suit those in the Network.

How to get involved

The TEN leads are teachers Emma Andrew (Law Primary), Fleur Hoole (Musselburgh Burgh Primary), Jenni Ewan (Preston Lodge High School) and Kevin McKenzie (DHT Elphinstone, Humbie and Saltoun). If you have any questions, you can contact one of them informally. If you would like to join TEN, send an email to staffdevelopment.ecs@eastlothian.gov.uk stating your name, job title, school and email address. Briefly state your experience of enquiry (a sentence or two is enough).

Emma Andrew:  eandrew@law.elcschool.org.uk

Fleur Hoole:  fhoole@musselburghburgh.elcschool.org.uk

Jenni Ewan:  jewan@prestonlodge.elcschool.org.uk

Kevin McKenzie:  kmckenzie@elcschool.org.uk


















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