Together with other recently qualified teachers, visit two TELA schools where outstanding practitioners will provide inputs, classroom observation and the opportunity to reflect and action plan to develop your own practice back in school. Build on your NQT year to move towards consistently outstanding practice, supported by mentoring and classroom action research.
Effective feedback to support student progress
All groups making progress: differentiation and tracking to ensure the achievement of all
Achieve objectives through:
Mentored action research programme enhanced by visits to two TELA schools to observe best practice to emended back at school.
RQT Day One: Outstanding inclusive practice through differentiation: observe and reflect on lessons and plan the next steps for your development around engaging, supporting and stretching learners of all abilities, followed by a focus mini project back in school.
Hosted by Hosted by Brockington College Vice Principal, Clare Darby on 4 October 2016
RQT Mini project one– Embedding effective differentiation into your own classroom through action research
RQT Day Two: Outstanding feedback for progress: observe and reflect on lessons and plan the next steps for your development around designing and support outstanding progress based on proven assessment for learning strategies, followed by a focus mini project back in school. Hosted by Groby College Assistant Principal, Mandy Bearne 11 January 2017
RQT mini project two—Embedding outstanding feedback into your own classroom through action research
TELA RQT programme £130 for full programme for TELA members
TELA RQT programme £170 for full programme for schools that are not members of TELA
Two full days, one twilight and support for in school projects including lunch and refreshments where appropriate.
Day 1 : 4 October 2016 @ Brockington College
Day 2 : 11 January 2017 @ Groby College
Due to the inputs involved places are limited, so please book as soon as possible as places will be allocated by booking date receipt