Bradford Research School Leading Learning Programme - 3 day Course

We know that improving the quality of teaching in the classroom has the biggest impact on student outcomes. We also know far more now about the best conditions to develop teachers and improve their teaching. And we know that effective CPD can play a crucial role in teacher retention.

 

The vast number of attractive teaching and intervention strategies, with their references to evidence, can be challenging for leaders to navigate. As a leader of learning, the tricky bit is to make decisions and design CPD which has most likelihood of improving student achievement. This programme tackles these two challenges head on and helps leaders apply research evidence directly to their school needs.

Delegates will focus on the following 3 strands and look at a range of case studies:

the education evidence base and how to use it

what the evidence suggests are the most promising strategies for your school priorities

review your CPD to ensure that it has maximum impact on teaching and leadership

Delegates will apply their learning to their own school context and receive a bank of resources and tools to support evidence based CPD.

This course is led by Judith Kidd, Head of Dixons Teaching School, supported by successful leaders of learning from a range of local schools.

The programme is particularly relevant for school leaders of learning and professional development. It is important that those attending will have influence on making decisions and the implementation of CPD. The programme costs £295 total for three days and will be held at Dixons Trinity Academy. The course price includes follow on support from Bradford Research School. Schools can send an additional delegate for no additional cost.

Day 1: Friday 25 May

Day 2: Thursday 28 June

Day 3: Tuesday 25 September

Book your place now by visiting the website:

Bradford.researchschool.org.uk/category/events

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Published: 12/04/2018
Audience: The programme is particularly relevant for school leaders of learning and professional development i
Contact: Judith Kidd

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