Sussex RQT Network RM298 / D28

Start date
24 Nov 20
Duration
6 Hours
Learning Method
Remote Delivered CPD

Summary

The network aims to build on the foundations of their NQT year, supporting RQTs with further professional development and helping you navigate through a very different teaching experience under COVID restrictions.  As well as equipping you for the new demands as an RQT, the network will develop your potential as leaders as well as extend your subject specific pedagogy, looking at the latest innovations in teaching and learning based on current research

This is a supportive network, offering advice, encouragement and a group of RQT’s to share your experiences with during the ups and downs of your first few years

The lead teacher for the network is Andy Latham, Head of Science at Dorothy Stringer School, Brighton, a teacher for 25 years and an enthusiast for the art of teaching and learning

Session summaries -

Session 1. Teaching from the Front

In these days of social distancing, 'teaching from the front' is becoming the norm. What does this look like in practice? Come and join us as we look at a range of tips and techniques that can be employed to facilitate learning in the classroom.

Session 2 - Excellence in Teaching -  Rosenshine in action

What does good teaching look and feel like?  Rosenshine’s principles offers us some understanding of the approaches to teaching and learning that have proved most effective.  Some actions to implement to take away with you on effective classroom practice.

Session 3 - Wellbeing and Personal |Resilience

This session will look at how we can all improve our work life balance, identify and reduce stress within ourselves and develop strategies for coping

Session 4 - Innovations in teaching and learning

As professionals, we are constantly developing and learning from our own experiences and others.  What is the current thinking on teaching and learning and supporting student progress? How do we tap in to the latest ideas and research and what networks can we develop to help us grow.

Session 5 - Formative and Summative assessment

What effective strategies can we put in place to help with both formative and summative feedback? What can assessment tell you about learning and how do we respond?  How do we as teachers analyse summative data to give an informed idea of student progress and what actions should we take now and in the future

Session 6 - Looking forward

Hopefully this is the start of a long and exciting career in education.  What are the pathways to further responsibility and leadership and what might be your next steps into your future

 

Outcomes

 

 

Sessions

DateTimeLocation
Teaching from the Front24 November 202015:30-16:30Virtual
Excellence in Teaching13 January 202116:30-17:30Virtual
Well-being and Resilience in Science19 January 202115:30-16:30Virtual
Innovations in Teaching & Learning10 March 202116:30-17:30Virtual
Formative & Summative Assessment28 April 202115:30-16:30Virtual
Looking Forward09 June 202115:30-16:30Virtual

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Cost

State-funded school or collegeActivity fee£90.00 +VAT
Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£180.00 +VAT

Additional information

Our remote CPD courses for teachers are delivered across a series of sessions run at specific times and dates. Information on all course sessions can be found under the description of each course. To complete a course, all sessions are mandatory.

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