Research School Network: Learning Behaviours Programme A four half day programme built around 5 key areas, each underpinned by an EEF Guidance Report:
Learning Behaviours Programme
A four half day programme built around 5 key areas, each underpinned by an EEF Guidance Report:
A Research School Programme supporting teachers and school leaders to understand and support students’ cognitive, social and emotional learning behaviours.
The Effective Learning Behaviours deepens participants knowledge and understanding of the evidence base in five key areas:
- SEND in Mainstream Schools
- Social and Emotional Learning
- Working with Parents
A learning behaviour is any behaviour that supports learning, such as paying attention or persevering with a tricky task. It is the countless little things done well that characterise ‘good’ behaviour and effective learning. Too often, behaviour is narrowly conceived as how to manage misbehaviour. The very notion of ‘learning behaviours’ reflects the more complex reality of how behaviour manifests itself and what we can do about it.
- Dive deep into the best evidence available around learning behaviours
- Explore their school culture and practices
- Explore real life case studies, supporting tools and share practical advice and good practice
- Be provided with guidance on effective implementation and opportunities to plan for positive and sustained change
What’s the purpose of the programme?
This programme ensures that senior leaders understand the complexity and inter-relatedness of the evidence underpinning effective learning behaviours. They are then able to apply this to their own contexts and develop a plan for successful implementation.
The programme is delivered as a blended model, with face to face and online modules.
Who is the programme for?
The programme is aimed at senior leaders, SENDCOs and those with both academic and pastoral responsibilities.