Improving Teacher Programme
Who is it For?
This programme is for teachers who want to advance, develop and improve their teaching practice and deliver consistently good lessons. The course aims to help teachers:
- Consistently demonstrate good practice.
- Have a deeper, more informed understanding of teaching and learning.
- Develop the ways they can talk about teaching and learning.
- Be part of a purposeful, positive process.
- Create opportunities to further career progression and leadership skills.
- Increase job satisfaction.
Value and Impact
The Improving Teacher Programme provides participants with opportunities to develop knowledge of the key concepts underpinning ‘good’ practice in the classroom; to understand the impact of these concepts of ‘good’ Teaching and Learning and to deliver these concepts through consistent practice. Participants enjoy engaging in pedagogical discussion and benefit from opportunities for mutual support.
What Does it Involve?
The course consists of three full day sessions and three half day sessions which take place over the autumn and early spring terms. Programme content includes discussions and tasks linked to:
- Plenary sessions
- Challenging learning
- Questioning techniques
- Starter activities
- Planning lessons
- Engaging in learning
- Learning walks
|Thursday||20th||October||09:30 - 16:30|
|Monday||28th||November||13:30 - 16:30|
|Wednesday||18th||January||13:30 - 16:30|
|Thursday||16th||February||09:30 - 16:30|
|Wednesday||08th||March||13:30 - 16:30|
|Monday||03th||April||09:30 - 16:30|
The course fee is £450 per delegate. Please pay the full amount according to number of delegates by cheque, made payable to Heartlands Academy or supply a purchase order number with a contact name and address to request an invoice. Return the form either electronically or by post to:
Heartlands Academy Teaching School
10 Great Francis Street
Teachers who have recently attended the course said:
“Some great ideas and strategies to take away with me. It has helped me build confidence in my own teaching practice.”
“The supportive observation process has made me feel a lot more confident in my teaching ability.”