Twilight: Making CPD Effective
16:00–17:30 on 23 May 2018
We know that improving the quality of teaching in the classroom has the biggest impact on improving student outcomes. To do this, at a time of scarce resources, we need to improve the quality of the CPD which we produce to teachers.
The Norwich Research School has been working with local leaders of CPD this year to increase the impact of their CPD. We’ve drawn together evidence from the EEF Toolkit, School’s Guide to Implementation and DIY Evaluation Guide; the Teach Development Trust; and the Behaviour Insights Team for this work. We’ve collated Case Studies of effective CPD from around the UK, for both Primary and Secondary schools of a range of sizes, to marry with the needs of local schools.
Roger Higgins, Director of the Norwich Research School, has led our work in this area, at the same time as leading on Notre Dame High School’s own CPD model. In this twilight, Roger will summarise the evidence, and give senior leaders a range of evidence-based ideas that they can apply to their school CPD models.19 April 2018
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