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|Description||Our personal and collective mindsets are commonly fixed in ways that leave us less capable of thriving in the fast changing and challenging world of the 21st century. This CPD provides the opportunity for educators of all kinds to explore how we can unlearn the unsustainable thinking that holds us back and develop the growth mindsets we need for successful lifelong learning.|
|Duration||short talks; a half day; a full day or an extended training and action research programme|
|Categories||Primary, Secondary, Leadership and Management, Teaching and Learning, Early Years/Foundation, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Management, Support Staff, Teaching staff, Behaviour for Learning, In school, Online, Video chat, Collaborative Learning, Meta-cognition and Self-regulation, Teacher Enquiry, Coaching / Mentoring, Approaches to raise aspirations are not focused to increase learning, Teaching approaches that ensure students have the knowledge and skills to progress towards their goals , Generalisations in aspiration intervention are avoided, Monitoring the impact of any interventions or approaches if the goal is to improve attainment, Provides teaching approaches which encourage learners to plan, monitor and evaluate their learning with careful implementation, Provides approaches to teach pupils explicit strategies to plan, to monitor and to evaluate their learning with and without support, Provides teaching approaches which encourage pupil engagement in planning and best approaches to tasks, Evaluation of process|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||
You will learn
|Evidence underpinning this approach||
The programme draws on more than 20 years of teaching practice and case studies. Published research illustrates the importance of building learning habits for effective and sustained learning. References for this programme include:
Carol Dweck - Mindset
Robin Alexander – ‘Dialogic Teaching’
David Perkins – ‘Making Learning Whole’
Donald Graves – ‘Writing: teachers and children at Work’
Steven Johnson – ‘Where good ideas come from’
Ellen Langer - 'The Power of Mindful Learning'
Paul Tough - 'How Children Succeed'
Guy Claxton - 'What's the Point of School'
Lucas and Claxton – ‘New Kinds of Smart’
|How users/participants can evaluate success||
Schools and teachers are supported to evaluate the impact of training through a range of qualitative and quantitative measures.
Participants are asked to give written feedback on the quality of the training after each meeting and this is used to better understand the needs of participants as they proceed with the programme.
|Follow-up activities and support||
This programme can be run at distance via the internet, face to face or a combination of both depending on location and what is most convenient for participating teachers (see below for further details).
Formal follow up meetings for groups or individuals are offered to ensure on-going development.
Guidance notes and materials are offered throughout the programme and participants are invited to communicate via phone or email to discuss specific questions that might arise between the formal meetings.
Initial training of a half or full day is ideally followed by a series of small group or 1:1 online coaching sessions. These meetings offer participants a highly supported opportunity to develop action research projects that are tailored to individual needs and interests.
Please make contact with the provider for a free consultation to discuss how this CPD can be tailored to meet your particular needs.
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.