FREE webinar 'Ready Made Staff Meetings'

24th Apr 2018

Organiser
SCHOOLS NorthEast
Target Audience
School Leaders
Cost (non-member)
FREE

Schools are learning organisations that continuously strive to do better for the children and young people in their charge. However, effecting lasting change is a difficult process that rarely receives sufficient attention: how will changes be managed and what steps are needed to maximise the chances of success?

 

In this informative and practical webinar, Tom Martell, Programme Manager, Education Endowment Foundation, will provide an overview of some new resources based on the EEF’s literacy Guidance Reports produced in partnership with The Key. The EEF’s guidance reports provide actionable recommendations about how teachers and school leaders can improve outcomes for children in their school based on the best available evidence.

 

High-quality professional development is necessary to support improvement, as highlighted by the EEF’s latest report: Putting Evidence to Work. However, it can be challenging and time consuming to plan high-quality sessions and relevant sessions. The latest resources are intended to support school leaders and teachers to plan and facilitate high-quality professional development sessions.

 

The session will:
- highlight the features of high-quality professional development
- Highlight potential ‘lever points’ to improve literacy
- Explore how to make the most out of the latest resources from the EEF

 

Register now

 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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