February 23, 2015 by dragonflytraining
CPD is unfortunately being over looked by many schools at the moment. Schools are trying to get teachers at the school to deliver CPD rather than professional trainers, and as a result standards may begin to slip. This is of course heavily down to the budgets allocated to schools, and then down to the person who is in charge of spending the budget. That’s why Dragonfly Training are going to be selecting a course every week that has previously proven to have a positive impact on teachers, and offer this course for just £150.
This is by far one of the best values you will get for a course, especially seeing as our trainers are of the highest quality, having delivered to thousands of teachers in the past with great impact!
So, the course we currently have on offer is:
THE DEFINITIVE, EASY-TO-APPLY GUIDE TO OUTSTANDING TEACHING AND LEARNING
This updated course features easy-to-apply ideas for busy teachers who want practical and proven teaching strategies guaranteed to impress any observer. Manageable, high-impact ideas that work across all key stages and ability ranges will be shown via straight-talking advice: no faddy gimmicks, no pseudoscience.
Come with an open mind and a willingness to take a fresh look at what ‘outstanding’ really means! Focus on the everyday nitty-gritty of what really works in the classroom. Be prepared to have your preconceptions shaken and rejoice at the down-to-earth common sense approach that will put you, the professional, firmly in the driving seat!
- Demonstrate outstanding teaching strategies that maximise progress and impress observers
- Analyse what effective AfL really means to ensure learners are challenged in every lesson you teach
- Examine the myths around differentiation along with DfE guidance and recommendations
- Highlight current behaviour advice
- Get teachers up to date with what the inspectorate really say
To find out more about this course, click the following link: Be Simply Outstanding. You can also book onto the course through this link, or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 029 2071 1787.