Research School Network: COU155 Effective Learning Behaviours The programme is designed to support the development of Learning Behaviours across a school or phase.
COU155 Effective Learning Behaviours
The programme is designed to support the development of Learning Behaviours across a school or phase.
Effective learning behaviours have emerged from the rich and diverse evidence base represented in the EEF guidance reports on improving behaviour, metacognition and self-regulation, special educational needs in mainstream schools, working with parents, and social and emotional learning.
Successful learning behaviours rely on layering all these areas to wrap around every child in our schools.
Each is part of a puzzle which makes best sense when all parts click together, building long-term protective factors for deeper learning.
Explore the evidence base around social and emotional learning and improving behaviour.
Identify the areas that you intend to focus on in order to improve your school culture around learning behaviours.
Monitor and evaluate the impact of your implementation plan in order to ensure it is as effective as possible.
The programme is designed to support the development of Learning Behaviours across a school or phase. Therefore it is important that attendees are in a position in school that enables them to be able to influence change across their school – not just in their own classroom.
In addition to attending the live sessions there is an expectation that participants will engage in an asynchronous launch and four 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.
Facilitators: Jane Elsworth, Deputy Headteacher and Director of Huntington Research School, Rob Newton, Associate Strategic Director, Primary and Early Years.