COGNUS - Teaching and learning strategies that have a proven impact on pupil progress. (2-part course)

Date & Time:

Friday 18 November 2022 (9am - 12pm)
Tuesday 28 February 2023 (9am - 12pm)

Venue:

The Chaucer Centre, The Chaucer Centre Canterbury Road Morden

Detail:

  • This course will focus on strategies that have evidence-informed impact on pupil progress.
  • The first session will review the best bets for ensuring rapid progress and will focus on metacognition and feedback using the best evidence available.
  • The second session will focus on adaptive teaching and other cognitive science strategies that have a proven impact on pupil progress.
  • It will show practical examples of what these could look like across the curriculum.
  • Review current Ofsted guidance.
  • Give an opportunity to reflect and plan next steps.

This training session is suitable for

  • Headteachers and deputy headteachers leading on teaching and learning
  • Teaching and learning leads
  • Senior leaders.

The aim of this session is to

  • develop knowledge and understanding of metacognition, feedback, adaptive teaching, and cognitive science strategies. What are they and what could they look like?
  • further improve whole school teaching and learning strategies that impact on pupil progress.

After attending this course, you will

  • have a greater understanding of metacognition, feedback, adaptive teaching and cognitive science strategies and how these can be used to support pupil progress.

Places Available:

98

Further Information:

Type:

Training

Enquiries:

Chloe Morris - cpdadmin@cognus.org.uk

Trainer:

Shareen Wilkinson and Jane Morgan

Venue Details:

The Chaucer Centre, The Chaucer Centre Canterbury Road Morden

(020 8545 3388)