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Professional Studies for Primary School Teachers


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What are the aims of this course?

The main aims of this course are to:

  • Provide an opportunity to discuss the purpose of education
  • Provide the participants with a better understanding of what makes an outstanding lesson and best to promote learning
  • Explore how to deliver the curriculum creatively to engage students
  • Equip teachers with key skills to enable them to develop the thinking skills of students

What will you learn after completing this course?

Once you’ve completed this course, you will learn the following:

  • You will know the characteristics of an outstanding lesson and what is required to promote learning
  • You will be in a better position to design and deliver the curriculum in an engaging manner
  • You will have a better understanding of various techniques used to develop thinking skills

Who can apply?

This course is open to teachers who have been teaching in either state or independent schools

What’s involved?

In this course you will cover the following units:

  • Education – Purpose & Practice
  • What makes an outstanding lesson?
  • Delivering a creative curriculum
  • Unleashing potential
  • Using dialogic principles to develop thinking in the primary classroom

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Duration

This course will be covered over four days.

Course leaders

Experienced head teachers, Ofsted inspectors and senior leaders working in successful state and independent schools will deliver this course.

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Campus life


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Getting involved in the college’s cultural and sporting activities gives you the opportunity to visit new places, experience something new, and relax in a more informal environment with other students studying at the college.

Testimonials


The Level 5 Diploma in Education & Training is extremely current and progressive and is very relevant to the curriculum. It allows student teachers great opportunities to incorporate IT into the classroom, and integrate curricular areas with new media.

Arifa - UK August 30, 2014