Inspired by this post: Whilst I'd hate AT to be boxed-in, regulated, and stifled, I don't think a teaching syllabus is necessarily a bad idea, it might help provide some structure. Otherwise. one could draw the implication that good teachers don't need a structure, they can just make it up as they go along - which I'd definitely disagree with. So, would a teaching syllabus be a good idea? If so, what would you include in it?