Metacognition and self-regulation
09:30–15:00 on 12 July 2019
Back by popular demand – we are offering a second chance in 2018-19 to attend this very popular course.
Metacognition and self-regulated learning is one of the most accessed strands of the EEF’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit and has been identified to improve student progress by eight additional months. However, many are not yet clear on how principles of metacognition can be successfully applied in the classroom in order to improve outcomes for students.
The Sandringham Research School are offering a one day event which will explore the newly published EEF guidance.
This event will:
- Explore the evidence on metacognition
- Explore the recommendations from the EEF
- Provide delegates with practical strategies to use confidently with students
To download a copy of our flyer, click here.
Previous delegates on this course have said:
“Such clear and thoughtful delivery. Best CPD I have received.”
“Some great strategies to implement and try in the classroom, with worked examples in the resource book which is very helpful. Thank you.”
“All recommendations explained very clearly with some superb content that can instantly be used.”
“Clear explanation of metacognition and what it will look like in the classroom for the children.”
Aimed at: Teachers, middle leaders and senior leaders from primary and secondary schools.
Featuring: Kate Mouncey & Karen Roskilly – Sandringham Research School.
Date & Time: Friday 12th July 2019, 9.30am – 3.00pm.
Venue: Sandringham School, The Ridgeway, St Albans. AL4 9NX.
Cost: £100 per person, including all refreshments, resources and a copy of the EEF guidance report.
Book: click here to book your place.Posted on 20 November 2018
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Tags: Memory Clock, Metacognition, self regulation