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Develop the skills and lesson planning techniques that set outstanding teachers apart

Develop the skills and lesson planning techniques that set outstanding teachers apart

Creative Education House

London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Secondary Education
  • not defined by institute
  • 12th June, 2018 - 12th June, 2018
Description
Suitable for: Music teachers and heads of department who want ideas for making their lessons engaging and impactful. Phases suitable for: Secondary Overview Teaching outstanding lessons is an aspiration that all teachers share. This course will show you how to deliver outstanding lessons, making them highly successful and engaging for your students. Along the way you will really get under the skin of what Ofsted deem Outstanding in Music and hone your teaching skills in order to teach great lessons consistently. Understand what it means for learning to be outstanding in Music according to Ofsted and how close you are to achieving it Develop pupil-centred strategies to ensure you build positive relationships with your learners so outstanding learning can take place Explore ideas, resources, techniques, and models of excellent practice to support outstanding learning and progress in Music Robustly monitor your students’ achievement and set meaningful targets to maximise progress in Music Programme Sessions How do we know what works? Addressing common misconceptions What makes outstanding learning? What does Ofsted look for? Outstanding teaching What does outstanding teaching look like? Planning outstanding music lessons A Climate for outstanding learning Outstanding learning and progress What is outstanding learning? Tools and tips Resources and techniques Maintaining pace, rigour and progress Self and peer assessment and monitoring progress Target setting and tracking Evaluating your own success http://www.creativeeducation.co.uk/course/7790
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