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Research School Network: Making Every Lesson Count Six evidence-informed pedagogical principles that teachers from all phases can implement in their classrooms.

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Making Every Lesson Count

Six evidence-informed pedagogical principles that teachers from all phases can implement in their classrooms.

Tickets *

£ 95 - per delegate

Free - Up to a maximum of 2 additional places for subsequent delegates to a paid delegate from the same school

* Limit 1 per person

Dates

12 October, 2021
15:30 - 17:30

15 February, 2022
15:30 - 17:30

3 May, 2022
15:30 - 17:30

Who is it aimed at?

Classroom teachers or leaders who are looking to implement a framework of evidence informed teaching with their team.

What will be covered?

For each of the six principles (below) we will explore the evidence that sits behind them and how they can be mobilised in the classroom:

  • Challenge
  • Explanation
  • Modelling
  • Practice
  • Questioning
  • Feedback

What will you know/​be able to do by the end of the programme?

  • You will have a strong understanding of the research evidence that sits behind the six principles, and why this supports learning.
  • You will feel confident enough to implement these principles in your classroom.

What will be the potential impact on teachers and pupils as a result of this training?

Your teaching will be better framed around what the evidence from cognitive science and elsewhere says is most likely to support learning.

Further Reading

A walk through Making Every Lesson Count’

Thinking About Teaching

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Chris Runeckles

Assistant Director

Chris is a history teacher and Assistant Director of the Research School. He has worked at Durrington High School for 8 years and is currently an Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for teaching and learning. Chris is also the author of a book on evidence-informed history teaching.

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Shaun Allison

Director

Shaun is the Director of the Durrington Research School and Durrington Multi Academy Trust (DMAT) Head of School Improvement. He leads on teacher development across DMAT, and is the author of four books on education, including the award winning Making every lesson count’. He writes the influential Class Teaching blog.

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