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How to become Outstanding - Seminar 19th February 2011

Discussion in 'Professional development' started by TES_Community, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    Improving your lessons - inspiring learning
    Every teacher wants to get better but research shows that performance management, monitoring and experience aren't helping. Her Majesty's Chief Inspector says that in 50% of secondary schools and 43% of primary schools teaching is no better than satisfactory.
    Sara Bubb will lead this half day seminar in London on Saturday 19th February, 2011.
    Learn more about:
    • What makes an effective lesson
    • What excellent learning looks like
    • How to inspire pupils to learn
    Participants will get a chance to reflect on the impact of their own practice and think about how they might enable all their learners to make more progress.

    £55 including VAT and registration fee

    www.tesweekendworkshop11.eventbrite.com
     
  2. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    Improving your lessons - inspiring learning
    Every teacher wants to get better but research shows that performance management, monitoring and experience aren't helping. Her Majesty's Chief Inspector says that in 50% of secondary schools and 43% of primary schools teaching is no better than satisfactory.
    Sara Bubb will lead this half day seminar in London on Saturday 19th February, 2011.
    Learn more about:
    • What makes an effective lesson
    • What excellent learning looks like
    • How to inspire pupils to learn
    Participants will get a chance to reflect on the impact of their own practice and think about how they might enable all their learners to make more progress.

    £55 including VAT and registration fee

    www.tesweekendworkshop11.eventbrite.com
     

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