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Make Teaching Great Again – A Course for School Leaders

Improve teacher morale, retention, recruitment, resilience, creativity and effectiveness

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Suitable for: Executive Heads, Headteachers, Deputy Heads and Assistant Heads who go beyond others’ definitions of outstanding will enjoy the intellectual challenge of making teaching great again in their settings. Anticipated benefits include greater staff satisfaction, more learning and better results!

Phases suitable for:

  • Primary
  • Secondary

Course Reference: 8355WW
Price: £299.00 + VAT or hold in-house
Timings: 10am - 4pm Book Now

Andreas Schleicher, head of education at the OECD, has said that making teaching intellectually attractive could be of more benefit to recruitment and retention than teacher pay. In challenging times for recruitment, timetabling and funding, this course will explore practical ways in which school leaders can not only improve retention and recruitment by making teaching more intellectually rewarding, but also how they can advance professionalism and impact positively on outcomes for students.

  • Create a culture in which intellectual curiosity and risk taking is encouraged
  • Implement inspiring and intellectually attractive CPD approaches
  • Encourage effective staff collaboration and professional learning
  • Investigate timetabling and curriculum approaches to liberating teacher time
  • Evaluate the relative potential contributions of approaches such as action research, institutional collaborations, Lesson Study, scripted lessons, online platforms, teacher-authored content, mastery, kaizen groups and coaching
  • Explore effective performance management approaches that unleash creativity

Fri 6th Dec 2019

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Wed 26th Jun 2019

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Thu 5th Dec 2019

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Mon 2nd Mar 2020

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Thu 13th Jun 2019

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Mon 14th Oct 2019

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Fri 24th Jan 2020

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Fri 15th Nov 2019

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Thu 19th Mar 2020

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