Quality First Teaching

‘Quality First Teaching’ is a wide-ranging phrase that can sometimes feel a bit daunting for newer teachers. Even experienced practitioners can get a bit frustrated that so much is apparently expected in this catch-all term. Get some clarity - and dozens of practical ideas - from this exciting three-part on-demand series!

  • Classroom set-up behaviour and expectations
  • Empowering teachers - and children - to deepen learning
  • Subject knowledge and curriculum design

About this INSET

This on-demand series costs just £295+VAT for a school-wide licence, providing 60 days access to every member of staff in your school.

For further information on how to purchase this training, please take a look at the 'About on-demand training' section below.

Course overview:

We know that children thrive when they feel part of a team - but this is sometimes disrupted by traditional approaches like streaming and out-of-class interventions. How can a teacher provide a personalised learning structure for everyone in the class at the same time? This three-part series breaks down the idea of ‘Quality First Teaching’ and gives dozens of practical ideas that have been tried and tested in the classroom.

Part 1 looks at how to set up the learning:

  • What is ‘mastery’ teaching and how do children learn?
  • Creating routines and safe learning environments
  • Behaviour, attitudes, and raising expectations
  • curriculum design

Part 2 considers ways to ‘move on’ the learning:

  • Widening children’s experiences
  • Creating challenge for a whole class at once
  • Improving your subject knowledge
  • Assessment for learning
  • Collaborating with colleagues

Part 3 explores how children can ‘own’ the learning and become more independent:

  • Sequencing learning to increase retention of knowledge and skills
  • Microteaching and ‘scaffolding’ - while maintaining independence
  • Metacognition (‘learning to learn’ approaches)
  • Oracy, gamification and engagement

 

Audience:

This course is appropriate for primary schools.

  • Class teachers (NQTs/RQTs but experienced practitioners too)
  • Mentors for NQTs and RQTs
  • Head teachers and SLT

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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