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Research School Network: Self-Regulation and Metacognition in the Early Years 24th November 3.30 – 4.45pm, 1st December – 3.45 – 5pm, 8th December 3.45 – 5pm

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Self-Regulation and Metacognition in the Early Years

24th November 3.30 – 4.45pm, 1st December – 3.45 – 5pm, 8th December 3.45 – 5pm

Tickets *

Free

* Limit 1 per person

Dates

24 November, 2021
15:30 - 16:45

1 December, 2021
15:45 - 17:00

8 December, 2021
15:45 - 17:00

3 Twilight sessions supporting you to develop strategies for Self Regulation and Metacognition in the Early Years. Led by ELE Dr Polly Crowther and guest speakers including Professor Sarah Baker, Cambridge University and Fliss James, Sheringham Nursery School/​EEF.

Metacognition and Self Regulation are now the top strategies for impact in the EEF Toolkit, with a possible 7 months’ additional progress if used effectively. Metacognition and Self Regulation are especially critical in the early years. These three twilight sessions will focus on Self Regulation and Metacognition in the EYFS. The training will explore how the seven recommendations of the EEF guidance report apply to Early Years, drawing on research and case studies of excellent practice. We will draw together evidence-informed guidance for applying these strategies in early literacy, play, implementation and developing colleagues. With gap tasks that enable you to audit and action plan for your own context, this training will support you to identify and build on strengths as well as target development areas in your practice.

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