Would you like to create a dynamic, active learning environment where all students are both engaged and extended?
Do you want to develop resilient students who work equally well independently or collaboratively?
Has an inspection team ever commented that the teachers, rather than your students, are doing most of the work in lessons?
The lessons that have that ‘X Factor’ are ones in which the students are not passive classroom passengers but are active learners, motivated to work independently or collaboratively and extend themselves as far as they can. This course shows you how this can be achieved.
'Setting up’ a lesson – rules, routines and rituals that really work.
New ideas for old favourites – let’s not reinvent the wheel
Making it stick – with proof! – global evidence actually utilised
Techniques to encourage reading for meaning
Student-set success criteria that are explicit but not restrictive
Creating a climate for learning: what can we do to help (and what we shouldn’t do)
The best questioning techniques….ever
Promoting learning beyond the classroom
The fail-safe lesson template that really works
Enriching your curriculum with flair and creativity
The very best practice in AfL
Creating effective learning habits that learners can keep for the rest of their lives
“One of the best courses I've attended in a long time. Enjoyed the practical activities and best of all teachers may take away ideas and tips and implement them immediately. Looking forward to the impact of the course on teaching and learning in Queens College classrooms.”Headteacher , Queen's College
“At last! A presentation that kept me awake and engaged throughout! Aaron was dynamic, well-presented, polite and well-mannered, humorous and knowledgeable.”Teacher , Queen's College