Creativity, questioning and engagement: brilliant classroom practice

Provider: ATL
£50.00 (no VAT on this item) all standard teaching members
£30.00 (no VAT on this item) all standard support and NQ members

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Description This course will focus on great learning and teaching; how you can integrate humanity and innovation into a curriculum that matters. It refers to current and emerging practices and supports the Ofsted framework. It will support you in taking risks in the classroom by building your confidence and creativity. This course will give you the tools and techniques that work and that will have a positive impact on the learning and progress of the children in your care. It will raise awareness of how teaching approaches can be underpinned with research and evidence.
Duration 1 day

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Categories Primary, Secondary, Teaching and Learning, Management, Teaching staff, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students Delegates will gain knowledge on; Defining a repertoire of practice.
Building lessons to behave for.
Questioning as a tool of engagement.
Shifting negative tension to healthy learning tension.
Planning strategies to support great learning and engagement.
Using the classroom as a resource for learning.
Strategies and tools to take away to positively impact on learning and progress.
Evidence underpinning this approach The provider has not supplied this information
How users/participants can evaluate success The provider has not supplied this information
Follow-up activities and support The provider has not supplied this information
Details This course is provided for ATL by Hywel Roberts. Hywel Roberts has taught in secondary schools for 16 years. Hywel became an AST in drama and creativity in 2004. He now divides his time working with children and professionals across all phases around the UK and internationally. He is a lead trainer in the ‘Mantle of the Expert’ process and specialised in creative classroom practice, emerging pedagogies, blended curriculum, engagement, coaching and teacher development. Hywel is an associate of Independent Thinking, Alite and Karen Ardley Associates. He is also a visiting teacher at Manchester Metropolitan University, Leeds Metropolitan University and an associate of the University of Wolverhampton.

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