Teaching the Hard-to-Teach
A professional development opportunity for highly-skilled Hampshire teachers committed to securing effective individualised learning for disadvantaged pupils who are often hard-to-reach and, therefore, hard-to-teach.
Multi-session course for
Classroom teachers with between two and five years' experience.
Andy Heyes - School Improvement Manager, Martyn Beales - Primary Phase Inspector, Simon Mitchell-Innes - HIAS General Phase Inspector/Adviser, Simon Francis - Senior Adviser for Early Years, Michelle Cain - The Virtual School for Looked After Children, Richard Aplin - HIAS Science Inspector/Adviser, Emma Tarrant - HIAS English Team, Jo Lees - County Inspector/Adviser Mathematics, Sarah Sedgwick - General Primary Inspector/Adviser, Lucy Manger - Educational Psychologist
The programme runs from January 2017 to July 2018. There are eight sessions in total, two full days and six half days as follows:
Session 1 - Launch (full day)
Session 2 - Meeting the needs of the most vulnerable pupils (half day)
Session 3 - An introduction to the psychology of learning: mastery and cognition (full day)
Session 4 - Early child development and the characteristics of effective learning (half day)
Session 5 - 'Assessment as feedback' (half day)
Session 6 - Mastery in English (half day)
Session 7 - Mastery in mathematics (half day)
Session 8 - Final session (half day)
Other Booking Information
Sessions 1-7 are taking place in schools.
The total cost of the programme is Sub £480 SLA £410 Full £576. This will be split over 2 financial years as follows:
2017-18 Sub £290 SLA £265 Full £348
2018-19 Sub £190 SLA £145 Full £228