The Expert Teacher:
Outstanding Learning Strategies
Do you know the three key interventions that will make the greatest difference to your students’ learning?
What does it mean to be good at your subject?
Why do we forget so much so quickly?
The five characteristics of the expert teacher
How does an introvert deal with group work?
How does your mindset affect the way you learn?
How can flexible groups improve learning?
How can intelligence be taught?
Which comes first: big picture or detail?
Interested? Want to know more or book a course?
This course focuses on the aspects of classroom performance that make for an expert teacher.
Drawing on recent educational research it will highlight the difference between experience and expertise.
The course is a mixture of input and group work, focusing on practical applications that will make a difference in the classroom.
Previous participants have said...
“A very useful day. Lots of excellent and practical ideas”
“The best course I have been on for a long time”
“Excellent – so many ideas to take back to the classroom”
“Brilliant – both enjoyable and informative.”
Simon Green (BA MEd) is an education consultant. He works with a number of schools, colleges and universities in an advisory capacity.
Simon has a national reputation with many years' experience in teacher training and delivering in-school consultancies as well as courses and conferences.
Course fee: £700 plus travel