Wipro Teacher Fellow & Teacher Mentor Programmes: Professional development for teachers of STEM subjects built on collaboration, enquiry, innovation and trust
The Wipro Teacher Fellow and Teacher Mentor Programme will support teachers of the STEM subjects to develop their practice in an evidence-based, collaborative programme of individualised professional learning. The programme is relevant to all teachers in the early stages of teaching mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, design & technology, engineering and/or computer science to GCSE level.

The programme is managed by Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University and generously funded by Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company with a commitment to values of sustainability, respect, integrity and responsibility.

All secondary schools in South Yorkshire are eligible to nominate teachers of the STEM subjects to join the Wipro Teacher Fellows programme and/or to nominate experienced teachers to join us as Wipro Teacher Mentors. The schools of all Fellows and Mentors will receive funding to support their participation.

To sign up for more information and/or nominate teacher(s) to be Fellows or Mentors, please complete the form below. Your details will only be used to contact you about the Wipro Teacher Fellow & Teacher Mentor programmes. If you prefer, email Linda at l.m.bray@shu.ac.uk.

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