Improving pupil progress NY714
Investigate a shift in role to facilitate truly student-centered classrooms by evaluating effective approaches.
Who is it for?
What topics are covered?
⚪ the learning brain - an introduction to how we learn and proven strategies that will aid progression
⚪ co-operative learning - developing group work repertoire within your teaching team and extend your students' range of learning activities
⚪ using visual tools - recognise how visual tools can be used to stimulate and create structure in thinking and support understanding
⚪ effective feedback - develop strategies to be used to give students effective feedback and see how students receive, understand and use feedback in their learning
⚪ building capacity - top tips for improving the teaching skills in your team
⚪ effective questioning - develop changes in current interrogation practice and question construction
⚪ engagement strategies - identify what is involved in gaining attention and engagement and creating an expectation of engagement within your classroom
How long is the course?
Who is the course leader?
Senior Lecturer in Science Education
✔️ utilize more active learning approaches to enable students to deepen their learning and own their own progress
✔️ explore and apply current educational research to evidence-inform your practice with higher impact strategies
✔️ challenge and support your professional practice in planning for progress in, and assessment of, learning