Programmes & Events

16
Jan 2018

TeachMeet

Focus: Research-informed and Evidence-based Practice in the Classroom

Be one of the first teachers in Doncaster to experience this fun and informal approach to CPD.  Offering teachers real classroom evidence and innovative techniques to improve and develop current teaching practices.  Designed and presented by teachers for teachers – you can be sure you’ll come away with real-life, practical tips that can be implemented in your own classroom for improved pupil outcomes.

Come along to Doncaster’s first teacher-led TeachMeet event to discover more about this exciting form of CPD and to test it out for yourself!  This informal but highly valuable experience offers an opportunity to network with colleagues from across Doncaster whilst learning about new and innovative teaching practices which have been tried and tested in the classroom.  There will be a series of short mini-presentations given by teachers who have implemented evidence from research into their daily practice, alongside practical take-away tips for you try out back at school

Date:    Tuesday January 16th 2018

Times: 4pm-6pm (refreshments from 4pm and presentations: 4.15pm-5.15pm)

Venue: The Holiday Inn, Warmsworth

Trainers: Various

Audience: All primary classroom teachers; including ITT students

Cost: Free

 

Terms and Conditions 

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  • Venue The Holiday Inn, Warmsworth
  • Start date 16/01/18
  • Time 16:00
  • Trainers Various
  • Audience All primary classroom teachers; including ITT students
“I really wanted to express how fantastic the NQT science training was yesterday. Tanya was a fantastic trainer and shared some great resources and ideas. As someone who hated science at school and isn't the most confident at teaching it; it inspired me to really think about how I could make my science lessons more creative and fun. I have already begun to implement some of the ideas and resources she shared in my Year 3 classroom and the children love it".
Natalie - NQT , 2017