Do you want your history students to be fully engaged, totally committed to the cause and making lots of progress?
Do you want lessons where students (and teachers) enjoy the time shared together?
Do you want to create these sorts of lessons consistently?
This course will explore what is required to deliver top quality lessons – consistently and over time - that achieve the sort of lesson feedback that all teachers strive for. It will focus on practical, down-to-earth advice, tips and techniques to help you prepare your lessons, your schemes, your room and your department for the moment when that Inspector comes calling!
What inspectors want and how it can relate to History
What does it take to be ‘outstanding’ in History?
Dispelling the Ofsted myths – the top 8
Ten questions to ask of your own history curriculum
What can you do before the Ofsted team arrive?
Preparing the lesson and delivering the lesson: historical skills AND content
My experiences, my feedback – as a teacher and faculty leader
Ensuring pupils are stretched and challenged in history
The fail-safe lesson template that can apply to all your history lessons
Effective and proven methods to manage your history classroom
Nurture independent AND collaborative learning - top tips from the chalk face
If you can answer these three questions about your history department, you’re sorted!