Raising the Bar: From good to outstanding learning (and teaching)

Campaign for Learning, 24 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1RD
26 March 2013

Workshop leader: Jackie Beere OBE

10am - 4pm
Cost: £195 (no VAT) including lunch
Friends rate £166 (no VAT) including lunch
Discounts available for VCSOs and sole traders - please contact the event organiser.

How can you ensure that you have embedded very best practice in teaching and learning across the school or college? This workshop offers practical advice and a huge range of resources in preparation for Ofsted – and/or to ensure a consistent high quality delivery across the school to ensure high achievement.

Benefits of attending:
 Review of the new Ofsted criteria and how to impress inspectors
 Raise achievement and motivation in staff and students through a focus on learning
 Find out how to embed consistent good practice across the school
 Ensure assessment supports progress in every lesson
 Learn how to teach the an ‘outstanding’ lesson for Ofsted or any observation
 Take home a range of resources to train staff back at school or college

 What is the Ofsted criterion for ‘outstanding’ lessons?
 Latest neuroscience and how it can help learning
 Planning ‘outstanding’ lessons and ensuring students make progress
 Practical activities that motivate learners
 Assessment that informs planning for progress
 Action planning with ten practical tips

To book a place follow the link above or contact Eva (below).
Contact information
NameEva Amalathas
Telephone02 7798 6067

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