Essential C21st Teaching Skills

PROGRESS PLAIN AND SIMPLE: FIVE MEASURES OF PROGRESS THAT EVERY TEACHER NEEDS TO KNOW

Strategies to more effectively deliver outstanding teaching, learning and assessment
About this course

 

What is progress in learning? How do we see progress being made in a lesson? This workshop offers a fresh perspective on teaching, learning and progress in the classroom. Written and presented by  highly experienced teacher, school leader and author, Michael Harpham, it explores the different ways in which progress can be made in the classroom and how it can be more effectively delivered, identified, evidenced, measured and assessed. It offers key strategies and activities to help develop and deliver progress in and beyond the classroom, focussing on five measures:

  • Skills
  • Knowledge
  • Accuracy
  • Resilience
  • Independent learning

 

Full of tips to help improve progress in schools, this is an essential workshop for all teachers and school leaders.

Course Outcomes:
  • Practical strategies to effectively support teaching, learning and assessment
  • Five research-led approaches to measuring progress, in the classroom or online
  • Practical strategies to use data that supports data-informed teaching and learning
Course Outline:
Progress in the classroom (and online)

Progress in teaching: How the workshop content helps meet the Teachers’ Standards

Progress in the classroom: What progress looks like in lessons

Progress in the classroom: Transference v transmission

5 strategies for measuring progress in the classroom (and online

Assessment strategy 1: Measuring progress in skills

Assessment strategy 2: Measuring progress in knowledge

Assessment strategy 3: Measuring progress in accuracy

Assessment strategy 4: Measuring progress in resilience & Assessment Strategy 5: Measuring progress in independent learning

Assessing pupil progress over time

Progress over time: Principles and strategies to guiding step-by-step success

Progress in schemes of work: Ensuring progress is clear and coherence

Progress in long-term plans: Successfully mapping progress in time

Data-informed teaching and learning

Data-informed teaching: from data to dialogue – what the data tells us

Data-informed teaching: How data can be (mis)interpreted

Wendy Imperato

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029 2071 1787

INSPIRATIONAL TEACHING (ONLINE)
13TH MAY

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INSPIRATIONAL TEACHING (ONLINE)
11TH JUNE

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Mary Chapman

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