Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning Training Opportunity
Hawkley Hall Teaching School in Partnership with Fred Longworth High School
£150 per person including resources, refreshments & lunch
Metacognition and self- regulation approaches have consistently high levels of impact, with pupils making an average of seven months’ additional progress’
(Education Endowment Fund Toolkit 2018)
Research has shown that metacognition and self- regulated learning is one of the most influential methods of impacting positively upon pupil progress and attainment. In particular it has been found that these strategies have been particularly effective for low ability and older pupils.
This is an exciting opportunity to gain a greater understanding of how the theory translates into classroom based practice in order to impact positively upon outcomes for your pupils.
- Develop an understanding of metacognition and self-regulated learning;
- Be provided with the tools and processes for self-review;
- Be provided with guidance on effective implementation
- Be offered practical resources and tools to use in school;
- Be given the skills and knowledge to be able to offer in-school training that is evidence based.
Who is it suitable for?
Teaching and Learning leads, Heads of department/key stage, senior leaders for primary, secondary and special school
DAY 1 – Monday 2nd July 9-3 hosted at Fred Longworth High School
Led by Julie Watson from Huntington Research School
This session will focus on accurately defining metacognition, the evidence showing its importance in the classroom and how to assess when it is taking place.
Day 2 – Monday 29th October 9-3 hosted at Fred Longworth High School
Led by Kirsty Walters and Andrew Gough from Fred Longworth High school.
This session will focus on how we can help our students to become self-regulated learners, how to explicitly teach metacognitive strategies and how memory and metacognition are related. There will be time and support for action planning how to implement change and make a difference in your school.
To reserve your place please complete the booking form and return to firstname.lastname@example.org or please telephone 01942 40 30 50 for further details