This evidence-informed teaching event will share the latest research and best practice approaches to ensuring teaching and learning are .. Read more research-based. This evidence-based teaching and learning event will provide a unique opportunity to evaluate effective, evidence-based teaching techniques and learning methods, adaptable across every school setting, to improve the standard of education in your school, and the quality of teacher development. With the June 2020 Great Teaching Toolkit Evidence Review having identified that a personal curriculum for teacher learning, formative and actionable feedback, and peer networks as three core elements required to ensure effective teaching, this day will be an opportunity to engage with subject peers in a series of interactive sessions and workshops facilitated by sector leaders and award-winning practitioners. Outstanding pedagogy will be the core theme that runs through the day, as Ofsted and the Chartered College of Teaching offer their reflections, requirements and recommendations for the future of teaching. Discussions will also be had on the long-term impact that remote learning, due to school closures because of COVID-19, will have on the future of teaching, including by looking at best practice remote learning models from Finland, and how to adapt classroom practices to account for the time spent out of school. With the June 2020 DfE announcement of a £1 billion support package for schools and tutors to help boost pupil progress and attainment after the lost learning time, now is a crucial time to ensure teachers can offer the best possible educational experience. Youll be able to create networking meet ups, access content on demand and use our new Q&A, chat functions and virtual polling tools.
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