Tag: training

What did we learn from Leading Learning?

13 June 2018

We’ve said it before: the best thing about being part of the Research Schools Network is the opportunity to collaborate with some of the best practitioners in the country, and we were thrilled to be able to do this with Leading Learning. The generosity within the Network – with both time and resources – was a real help, and we were particularly grateful to Alex Quigley from Huntington Research School for the time he gave us to talk through our plan for the three days. […]

Author: Susi Waters
Posted on: 13 June 2018
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FREE evidence-based revision resource (a highly technical piece of blue card…)

10 February 2018

…even if you space, interleave, retrieve and elaborate throughout a curriculum sequence, you still need to consolidate learning as exams draw nearer, and make sure that knowledge is accessible and applicable.
And if you haven’t done all this spacing and retrieving and interleaving throughout the course (because, let’s face it, most of us haven’t!… either because we felt we didn’t have time or because we didn’t know how to… or because we just didn’t know about this stuff) then effective revision is even more important. […]

Author: Niki Kaiser
Posted on: 10 February 2018
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Leading Learning

09:00–15:00 on 25 January 2018

This innovative programme, developed by the Research Schools Network, provides a comprehensive overview of the most important research evidence in education, including the EEF Toolkit, with a focus on how to address the challenges presented by reforms at Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4.
Participating School Leaders will devise a high impact CPD programme for their schools. The programme will support you with a range of evidence-based tools to help you lead learning with success and to improve and evaluate your CPD programme. […]

Posted on: 25 October 2017
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Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants

09:00–12:30 on 24 January 2018

Teaching Assistants take up a significant proportion of a school’s budget, and often are not used as effectively as they could be. MITA guides school leaders through a process of strategic review and change.
This course helps improve the deployment and impact of teaching assistants, and is delivered by Rob Webster from UCL Institute of Education, an expert in TA and SEN research. […]

Posted on: 25 October 2017
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