• How Do We Gain Digital Skills to Best Use E-Pedagogy?
    E-pedagogy encompasses teaching that uses digital information and communication technologies.  It is important to keep in mind that teaching online does not have to be about teaching online; computers, the […]
  • Challenging Inequality in Challenging Times
    This year’s Trade Union Congress was held virtually, primarily to comply with COVID-19 regulations. While the move to an online platform brought many challenges, it also provided an opportunity for […]
  • 50th anniversary of a trailblazing teacher
    Saroj Lal, 1937-2020 Saroj Lal was one of Scotland’s first Asian primary school teachers and a pioneer in the field of anti-racist education. A feminist and trailblazer for equal opportunities, […]
  • Join the EIS PACT against Poverty
    The ground-breaking EIS PACT Project grew out of discussions at the 2017 International Summit on the Teaching Profession. As a result, the EIS and the Scottish Government made a joint […]
  • Lecturing Jobs threatened at Argyll College
    Argyll College has announced that part time lecturing staff are at risk of compulsory redundancy. The reason given by College management is that the SVQ in hairdressing at Rothesay is […]