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For: Teachers

Duration: 20 hours

Dates: 9, 16, 23, 30 October, 6, 13, 20 and 27 November 2023 

Timetable: 17:30 - 20:00 h (Spanish time - Madrid)

Course Trainer: Steve Garnett

This course will be delivered via Virtual Classroom (Microsoft Teams)

Price: 370 € per attendant (approximate deduction 260 - 286 €)  

Registration deadline: 2nd October 2023

* The percentage of ʺbonificaciónʺ will depend on the characteristics of the company and how it carries out the obligatory co‐financing of this type of training.

Session 1: Purpose and planning.
This session is designed to enable the participants to understand and apply high quality learning session planning. It supports participants in understanding how to build schemata for pupils using backward planning model whilst taking into account the nature of the cohort they will be teaching.
Session 2: Input of new learning.
The aim of this session is for participants to understand that the way teachers present new information can have both a positive and negative effect when it comes to learning transfer.
The session is designed to develop a sharper understanding of the benefits of high quality structuring and presentation of new information and apply a range of techniques to secure students’ understanding of new knowledge, skills and concepts.
Session 3: Provide models and guided practice.
This session explores effective practice around the principle of providing models as well as exploring the subsequent role of guided practice in developing autonomous leaners. It will also share techniques around ‘generative learning’ and explore how it supports guided practice.
Session 4: Checking for understanding.
The aim of this module is for the participants to be able to assess learning effectively at various points in the learning session. Checking for understanding permits the teacher to identify misconceptions and gaps in learning, to adapt the pace and, if needed, the content of the learning session to achieve its objectives.
Session 5: Re-thinking differentiation.
This session will re-think the concept of differentiation through the ‘lens’ of adaptive teaching. This module is designed to enable participants to deploy a range of strategies and techniques to adapt teaching to the developing needs of the cohort. 
Session 6: Independent practice.
Independent practice is the summit of the teaching cycle as it demonstrates what individual learners have mastered relative to what they have been taught and allows them to consolidate and extend their knowledge/skills using their own resources.
This session is designed to give participants knowledge and understanding of what it means to apply independent practice
Session 7: Developing actionable feedback.
Actionable feedback is key for pupils to make progress as it moves them from where they are to a place closer to where you would like them. It is crucial that teachers use the right tools for this and this session explores what they are and how to apply them.
Session 8: Improving retrieval strength via review.
This session is designed to let the participants design activities in accordance with how memory works. The purpose includes raising learners’ energy and interest, focus, attention and to connect to, and review, prior learning, generally and from previous learning sessions, and to monitor to assess in order to address gaps before commencing the session proper.

Steve Garnett has been a teacher for 28 years. He has delivered INSETs to over 10,000 teachers over the past 10 years in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, South America, Africa and the Far East too. Teachers who have attended Steve's courses have regularly described them as 'inspirational'. Steve is an award-nominated author whose book 'The Subject Leader' was shortlisted for Best Secondary Resource in the prestigious BESA awards. He has also written 'Using Brain Power in the Classroom' which a TES Review described as 'strong in its resume of the latest research into what constitutes effective learning'. Steve is also co-author of 'Spoon Feed No More - Improving Classroom Performance' - which is a definitive guide to the philosophy and practice of Dragonfly Training.
As the award-nominated author of The Subject Leader (shortlisted in the Secondary Resource–Non ICT category at the 2013 ERA Awards), Steve Garnett is uniquely placed to offer expert guidance, ideas and strategies on how to fulfil the role of subject leader effectively. Steve has delivered this course to several thousand teachers over the last seven years, and it is Dragonfly Training’s most popular programme. Delegate feedback is always massively positive, with delegates regularly commenting that the course is ‘inspirational’, ‘grounded in reality’ and very relevant to their role.

Fecha y Hora
9 de octubre de 2023
Inicio - 17:30
27 de noviembre de 2023
Fin - 20:00 Europe/Madrid

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