Research School Network: COU131 Using the Evidence to develop Metacognition & Self-Regulation Suitable for anyone in a leadership position but also classroom practitioners and their support staff.
COU131 Using the Evidence to develop Metacognition & Self-Regulation
Suitable for anyone in a leadership position but also classroom practitioners and their support staff.
Metacognition and self-regulation is one of the most accessed strands of the EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit and on average has an impact of 7 months additional progress. To capitalise on the potential of developing these independent learning skills, teachers and leaders need to understand what they are and how to develop them across the age ranges, starting at early years.
- Develop an understanding of metacognition & self-regulation
- Be provided with the tools and processes for self-review
- Be provided with guidance on effective implementation
- Be offered practical resources and tools to use in school
- Be given the skills and knowledge to be able to offer in-school training that is evidence based
Who is it suitable for?
Senior leaders, heads of departments or key stage leaders from primary, secondary and special schools. Attendees will need a deep understanding of their organisation and the authority to afford change within it.
Delegates need to fully commit to the programme. It is vital that delegates are allocated with the necessary time, space and technology to attend all sessions, complete gap tasks and engage in programme evaluation.
In addition to attending the live sessions there is an expectation that participants will engage in an asynchronous launch and three intersessional tasks. There will also be the opportunity for optional follow-on support. The success of the programme is as dependent on the intersessional activities as it is on the live sessions. Therefore we recommend participants calendar 90 minutes between the live dates in order to engage with these tasks successfully.