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Good 2 Outstanding

PTSP Good 2 Outstanding Training; Tues 10th Oct, Wed 15th Nov & Thurs 7th Dec 2017

What is G2O?

  • The Good to Outstanding training programme is designed for teachers who are ready for the next step in understanding teaching and learning, who are already consistently good and would benefit from further inspiration and the opportunity to observe beyond their own setting
  • Three days intensive teaching and Learning training
  • Hosted across three Cornish schools, by six teams of practicing outstanding teachers

Information

3 Day Course

Dates: Tuesday 10th October, Wednesday 15th November & Thursday 7th December 2017, 8:30am – 3:30pm

Price: Free to schools delivering the programme/ £150 to other schools

Venue: Penryn College, Wadebridge School, Penrice Academy

Each day will contain 2 distinct parts AM and PM. The days will be run at 3 different schools.

Pre course task- Bring 5 of the best teaching ideas you have. Please present these on 5 different cards.

Book a place on PTSP’s Good 2 Outstanding Training

 

Structure of the 3 days

Day 1 (Opportunity for observations to be made in Part A and part B) – Penryn College

8.30-9.00 – Welcome and What is exceptional teaching and learning? Unpicking what delegates think this actually is. This is the overarching question for the 3 days and will be revisited at regular intervals.

9.00- 12.00 – Part A (with coffee break)

Disbanding the myths;

  • Pace and challenge
  • Teaching to the top
  • Flipped learning
  • Marking

Building a learning environment to increase progress (Teaching ideas);

  • High quality relationships
  • Creating a stimulating classroom
  • Developing highly motivated students

12.30- 4.00 – Part B (with coffee break)

Developing excellence in the classroom (Teaching ideas);

  • Ensuring genuine understanding
  • Effectively adapting teaching throughout a lesson/ module of work

What is exceptional teaching and learning?

  • Revisit the question and see how perceptions have changed.

Post day 1 task

  • Linking day 1 with day 2.

 

Day 2 (Opportunity for observations to be made in Part A and part B) – Wadebridge School

8.30-9.00 – Welcome and post day 1 task evaluation and feedback. What is exceptional teaching and learning?

9.00-12.00 – Part A (with coffee break)

Building resilient and reflective students (Teaching ideas);

  • The brilliance of making mistakes
  • Learning from errors (Proof-reading, re-drafting…)
  • Building learners who reflect independently

12.30- 4.00 – Part B (with coffee break)

Teaching for the new GCSE exam requirements;

  • Going through papers with a fine tooth comb!
  • Mock exams – Using outcomes to increase progress

What is exceptional teaching and learning?

  • Revisit the question and see how perceptions have changed.

Post day 2 challenge

  • Linking day 1+2 with day 3

 

Day 3 – Penrice Academy

8.30-9.00 – Welcome and post day 2 challenge evaluation and feedback. What is exceptional teaching and learning?

9.00-12.00 – Part A (with coffee break)

Exceptional progress for all. (Teaching ideas);

  • Mixed ability teaching in the new GCSE environment
  • Teaching to the top
  • High aspirations for the lower end

12.30- 4.00 – Part B (with coffee break)

Taking risks in the classroom (Teaching ideas);

  • Teaching “outside the box”

Moving forward- Creating a plan for the next 6 months.

How will teaching and learning be exceptional both inside and outside your classroom?

Be inspired!

 

For information about the Initial Teacher Training offered by Peninsula SCITT please visit the School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) section of the site