Course content and overview
This programme is for recently qualified teachers secondary and primary phase to further support their professional development with a key focus on continuing to develop as an outstanding classroom practitioner in the first few years after NQT qualification. The course combines face to face training and independent learning. This programme is open to all recently qualified teachers who wish to build upon the progress they have made in their NQT year in order to deliver consistently good and outstanding lessons. The course is accredited by The University of Chester. Students completing the required work at level 7 can gain 20 credits towards an MA in Educational Practice.
· Module 1 - What does outstanding teaching look like? Is there a formula for success?
Objectives: Explore key features of effective lesson structure leading to an outstanding lesson
· Module 2 - Behaviour Management - Angels are not born, they’re cultivated
Objectives: Identify barriers to learning, develop strategies, build on positive behaviour
· Module 3 - Improving Personal effectiveness
Objectives: Manage workload effectively, develop leadership skills
· Module 4 - Assessment for Learning - effective oral work
Objectives: understand Bloom’s taxonomy to help differentiate questioning, reflect on your practice
· Module 5 - Gifted & Talented - deep learning—just for the Gifted & Talented?
Objectives: explore ideas to support effective learning, consider how current teaching supports the principle assessment objects at GCSE
· Module 6 - Writing a module of work—putting it all together
Objectives: extend thinking for planning progression, reflect and evaluate
Dates & Times:21st January 2020, 30th January 2020, 26th February 2020, 4th March 2020, 26th March 2020, 28th April 2020
All sessions are from 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm.
Cost:£250 for all six sessions for one delegate, subsequent delegates only £150 each
(We are pleased to be able to offer a discounted rate for this course due to support from the Salop Teaching School Alliance, original course fee £300)
Venue: The Priory School, Longden Road, Shrewsbury, SY3 9EE
Facilitators: Ant Snowden, Teaching & Learning Specialist and Induction Manager and Hazel Stephens ITP/OTP facilitator
Ant Snowden started his teaching career in the early 1980s, working in mining towns of the East Midlands. At times of high unemployment, his formative years led him to adopt the principle that learning must be relevant and have intrinsic value, allowing students to work creatively and develop independence and resilience. He applies the same principle to his courses – they are founded on proven strategies and are relevant to current issues in education.
As a successful middle leader in a range of schools across the midlands, he was described in an Ofsted inspection as “one of the most effective middle leaders I have met”. For over a decade, Ant has delivered training on effective middle leaderships in schools across Shropshire and Derbyshire.
Since 2008, he has worked for Telford & Wrekin School Improvement Service, specialising in teaching & learning, leadership & management and NQT induction. Ant also delivers training on behalf of AQA and the National STEM learning network.
His wide experience in education and creative approach to curriculum development has been applied to his work as a consultant to industries, such as the Energy and Utilities sector and regional STEM groups and manufacturing partnerships. As a senior leader in school, co-ordinating industry links, resulting in a nomination for a national award for enterprise in education.
Working in partnership with Telford & Wrekin LA