Active Learning in the Humanities

Talk, collaboration and active learning are the three foundational approaches of TT Education’s award-winning Path to Success model. Children who can move while learning are more engaged and better behaved, and more likely to retain the knowledge and skills they gain in doing so.

  • Drive up standards in history geography and R.E.
  • Improve pupil and teacher wellbeing
  • Increase and re-energise your P.E. offer

About this INSET

Physical literacy refers to active methods of teaching and learning across the curriculum, and not just in P.E. Research shows that playful and active approaches allow children to disaggregate knowledge and piece it back together in a way that better suits their own brain and personality. This training - part of our 'Active Learning' portfolio - looks at physical literacy in the humanities.

  • Quick takeaways that can be easily put into practice
  • Explore the links between active learning and increased retention of knowledge and skills
  • Explore how physicality can improve wellbeing for pupils and teachers


Audience:
This INSET is appropriate for primary and special schools.

  • Class teachers and assistants (all years)
  • Curriculum leads, humanities coordinators, PE coordinators
  • Senior leaders

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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