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‘Taking Risks’ in the Classroom – How to Move Lessons to ‘Good ‘and ‘Outstanding’.
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
We know that the key to good or outstanding progress in lessons is to ‘take risks’ with our Teaching and Learning. To empower students to lead and question their own progress, we must first empower our staff to be confident to deliver this student led pedagogy. This course offers practical guidance, discussion and resources on how to use creative processes in subjects that hitherto may not have adopted this approach. Developing confidence with group work, student leadership and higher level questioning and activities is the key to the successful outcome of this training for delegates.
Outcomes for Delegates:
- An understanding of what makes up an ‘Outstanding’ lesson and how one can apply it to one’s own practice.
- An understanding of the benefits of group work, its strategies, techniques and classroom management.
- Developing confidence with student led learning.
- What is higher level questioning and how do I use its principles to increase the progress of my learners?
- How do I use ‘Creating, Performing and Responding’ within my lesson structure to encourage my students to reflect upon their learning.
- Development of a menu of generic and subject specific activities that encourage and develop ‘risk taking’ in the classroom.
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