Leading Learning - Improving the quality of CPD in your school

A 3 day training course

This course from Bradford Research School and the Research Schools Network provides the opportunity to look at the evidence in detail, consider case studies of different CPD models and refine your thinking alongside other CPD leads.

 

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.

You may be a CPD lead in a primary, secondary or special school or work across a MAT or TSA. You may make decisions about teaching and learning or work as part of an SLT team doing just that. You may also be aspiring to a new role and want to find out what effective leadership of learning looks like in different contexts. If you are in the process of improving your CPD and want the evidence and tools to do this, then this programme is for you.

Our Leading Learning course aims to provide you with the skills and knowledge to make the best decisions for your staff and students. You will bring the knowledge of the needs of your own students and staff and be guided through the best research evidence to target these priorities.

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 course costs £295 for all three days and will be held at Dixons City Academy. Schools can send an additional delegate for £95.

 

Sign up: https://researchschool.org.uk/bradford/event/training-leading-learning/

 


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Published: 20/01/2020
Audience: School leaders at Primary and Secondary
Contact: Bradford Research School

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