Many teachers are becoming increasingly familiar with Barak Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction but as ever need time and space to think about how to adopt the ideas for their classrooms.
By attending this course, you will receive completely clear, down to earth guidance on what you should be doing to turn this theory into practice. You will be given all the templates and worked examples you need to get started on applying the principles to your classroom literally the next day.
Rosenshine arrived at these principles partly by observing Master teachers, so by attending this course, you can start to apply these principals and grow your own teaching skills too.
Reviewing learning and the most effective ways to do it
Overcoming limits to working memory when learning ‘new’ material
Exploring the importance of ‘small steps’
The right questions to ask, the right place to ask them and the right amount of time to do them
The importance of mental models and what they really look like
The role of guided practice; the dos and don’ts
The shift to true independence – not just the buzz word
Practice - the new ‘P’ word!
Putting it all together, so it becomes embedded
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“Excellent! A refreshing take on teaching and learning. Excellent ideas and the thinking behind each was well explained and well modelled. Trainer was expert in his field and answered all questions raised. Very friendly, knowledgeable and approachable trainer.”Head of Department , Belmont Mill Hill Prep School
“The course was a fantastic blend of theory, hands-on experience and practical advice on how to apply the principles in the classroom.”Head of Department , King's Hall School
“Effective, practical applications to use straight away. Clear explanations with just the right amount of background theory.”Deputy Head , Old Swinford Hospital School
“Thank you very much for an extremely insightful day on Rosenshine's Principles - something we do daily in our teaching, but following resources, conversations and ideas. This shows simplistic ideas to gain rich concepts for success.”Teacher , Edinburgh Academy