Early career teachers teaching strategies

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Tuesdays January – April 2024, 7 – 8.30pm online

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We are running our early career teacher teaching strategies course again. Over four sessions, you will learn key teaching strategies from our course facilitators to help you in the classroom. It is fully funded, so you can take part for free.

Module details

We will cover the key fundamentals of teaching strategies to support your progression through the early stages of your career.

This course is most suited to teachers who are:

  • new to their teaching role
  • looking to build understanding and confidence
  • keen to hear the expertise of course facilitators

Once you complete all four sessions, you will qualify for a certificate of attendance to add to your professional development portfolio or record.

Date and time Session topic

Tuesday 30 January

7 – 8.30pm 

Demonstrations: how to do them on your own and with your students 

Tuesday 27 February 

7 – 8.30pm

Whole-class practicals: how to organise them with health and safety in mind

Tuesday 19 March 

7 – 8.30pm

Modelling: what constitutes modelling, interactive or static

Tuesday 23 April 

7 – 8.30pm

Summary: how to implement the lessons of the first three modules

 Disclaimer: We reserve the right to make changes to this programme in the event of unexpected circumstances.

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