Programmes & Events

06
Dec 2017

Session 3: NQT Programme

Session 3: How do we use scaffolding and modelling to support outstanding progress? - Nikki Crowder and Stacey Wooliscroft —6th December

Focus:

  • The theory of modelling and scaffolding as an instructional strategy
  • Links to differentiation
  • Examples of the different types of scaffolding and modelling- How/when are these integrated into
    the lesson? How do they impact on learning?
  • WAGOLL/WABOLL
  • How do we scaffold and model to support literacy?
  • Benefits and limitations

Session 4: How do we create positive learning behaviours in the classroom? - Matt Scott and Becky Ward—17th January

Session 5: How do we judge progress over time? - Sarah Wadd and Stacey Parker-Browne—15th March

Session 6: How do we plan and deliver explanation in lessons? - Rachel Wetton, Vicci Williamson and Lindsey Chapman—18th April

Session 7: How do we challenge the more able, to ensure maximum progress? - Helen Tredgett and Michelle Wilson —23rd May

In order to reserve your place on the NQT programme you will need to book onto each session through the website, the website will be updated once sessions have taken place. 

Free places for Enhanced and World Class Members of the Secondary Teaching School Alliance 

  • Venue Hungerhill School
  • Start date 06/12/17
  • Time 16:00
  • Trainers Secondary SLEs
  • Audience NQTs
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