Becoming An Outstanding Teacher Course

Becoming An Outstanding Teacher Course Overview

The ethos of the Becoming An Outstanding Teacher is one of continuous self-reflection and self-improvement; where teachers are encouraged to take risks, explore new methods, share ideas and commit to changing their practice in the classroom.

Providing teachers with in-dept coaching tailored to self-assessment of their own teaching practice. It provides opportunities to deepen their understanding of high quality teaching and learning in the classroom.

This programme is unique in that it provides delegates with the opportunity to observe lessons in different establishments, at different key stages and in different subject areas.  Delegates are given the time to discuss, share good practice and evaluate.

Course Aims

To focus on the knowledge, understanding and skills that make teaching and learning in the classroom consistently outstanding.

To use a range of professional development strategies to improve teaching and learning, including coaching, mentoring, team teaching, the observation of colleagues and self-reflection.

To promote a change in classroom practice by developing professional learning on how to implement improvements.

To enhance the quality and consistency of teaching, so that students learning is improved.

Course Guide

Please download the attached Course Guide for further information HERE

Course Dates

The 2018-19 programme consists of six facilitated sessions.

Please be aware it is vital for delegates to have time to work and reflect on their development and we ask that headteachers allow their staff to stay for half an hour after the end time for lunch and group collaboration. All delegates would benefit from having a mentor within their organisation to support them throughout this process, who will meet regularly to discuss their development.

Session Dates Times Venue
Session 1 –  Effective Planning

Effective Evidence Based Strategies

Wednesday

16/01/2019

9:00am-12:00pm Selby High School
Session 2 – Teach to the Top

Challenges & Differentiation

Wednesday

16/01/2019

1:00pm-4:00pm Selby High School
Session 3 –  Behaviour & Engagement

Tackling Reluctant Learners & Disadvantaged Boys

Monday

28/01/2019

4:30pm-6:30pm New College Pontefract
Session 4 –  Questioning

Approaches to Modelling

Tuesday

05/03/2019

9:00am-12:00pm New College Doncaster
Session 5 –  Planning for Progress

Feedback & Assessment

Tuesday

02/04/2019

9:00am-12.00pm Selby High School
Session 6 –  Next Steps

Evaluation & Review of Project with School Mentor

Monday

29/04/2019

4:30pm-6:30pm New College Pontefract

The cost per delegate is £350.00.

Register

To book your place, please complete the CPD Registration Form HERE.

Alternatively, email cpd@nctsa.uk for more information.