Effective Teaching & Learning
- identify the main ways in which learning theories inform classroom practice
- compare norm and criterion-referenced assessment
- describe the use of checklists and rubrics as a form of assessment
- provide a summary of the most effective evidence-based interventions
- provide guidelines for giving effective feedback to learners
- emphasise the importance of practice and rehearsal
- provide an overview of differentiation and the use of individual education plans
- provide a model for the effective deployment of additional help in classrooms
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Feedback from our participants
“This course has improved my practice in supporting and training TAs and support staff. I have always tried to give them concrete tools to aid their practice in the classroom but now I am able to explain in more simplified way how they can support the student by communicating information to the student at the different stages of learning.
Participant, Luton, UK | Dec 2014
“This training helped me to visualise and think about using better practices when dealing with children. I used to instinctively react to situations. I've learnt to give immediate praise - which I find makes them want to do better, and in turn, makes my job easier.
Participant, Greater London, UK | Mar 2014
“This course on Effective Teaching and Learning has made me more aware of the differentiation possibilities within children I support. There is much more communication between colleagues regarding the children's work/progress as all staff took part in this training.
Teaching Assistant, Croydon, UK | Feb 2014