Achieving Excellence in Remote Learning (2-Part Series)

2020 was a dramatic year in the history of education, and one of its biggest legacies will surely be the huge development in remote learning. Whilst of particular importance during the COVID era, remote learning is unlikely to disappear as a feature of education in the future. In this training, we bring together theory and best practice from across the country, to help you navigate this complicated - and sometimes frustrating - area of pedagogy.

  • Overview of government guidance
  • How to engage children without losing sight of the curriculum
  • Empower your pupils so they can learn even when they’re outside the classroom
  • Using remote education to support your children’s wellbeing

About this INSET

Part 1: Structuring Learning for Impact

The government says remote education should be a “transfer” of what we know about good pedagogy in the classroom. This training session provides an engaging, practical and meaningful exploration of what that means, linking research and guidance with current best practice around the UK. By attending this training you will:

  • Understand exactly what is required of your school
  • Explore best-practice methods and strategies for remote learning
  • Apply and extend in-class pedagogical theory and practice, to see how it might work remotely


Part 2: Taking Learning Further

This is the second session on remote learning, a complicated area of pedagogy that has come under the spotlight because of COVID-19. This training expands on the ideas of Part 1 to look at engagement, inclusion and wellbeing. By attending this training you will:

  • Understand how to assess and audit your remote provision
  • Explore how to engage children without losing sight of curriculum needs
  • Consider the needs of SEND, EAL and other vulnerable children
  • Hear practical ideas to help your children’s wellbeing

 

Audience:
This INSET is appropriate for primary schools.

  • Headteachers SLT, governors and curriculum leads
  • SENCOs, wellbeing leads, PSHE and SMSC coordinators
  • Class teachers

Contact Us

If you have any questions about this INSET day, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please fill in the form below to send us a message. Alternatively, feel free to get in touch with us by email: info@tteducation.co.uk

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