Rosenshine’s principles of instruction have been described as the ‘best bit of educational theory out there’ – but are they fully understood and implemented? Evidence tells us that the quality of instruction is one of the most important factors affecting learners’ achievement. Alongside this, the ‘teacher-student’ relationships remain key to success. This course is suitable for those new to teaching, for managers who want to use these principles to support teachers or as part of lesson observation or professional development, or anyone who feels they could do with a refresher.
Highly practical session where we will have a chance to try out different aspects of instruction, identify our strengths and work on our weaknesses . We will also be able to explore how the quality of instruction is not isolated but supports the way we learn - independent thinking, critical thinking - and builds confidence in our learners.
This course is appropriate for secondary schools.
This course is easy-to-access in any of the below formats...