Supported Experiments and Solution Focused Coaching Training Day

There are still a few places available on my next training day related to Supported Experiments action research cycles and Solution Focused Coaching. The event takes place on June 29th 2012 and you can find additional information on the link below.

Training event information

Why bother attending?

1.It’s a great day for finding out about how to encourage innovation and collaboration among teachers, through action research cycles and peer coaching.

2. It would give you plenty of ideas for running effective CPD  to improve teaching and learning next academic year.

3. Teachers are engaged and motivated by this process, as these quotes from practitioners show:
Experiments are about allowing individual practitioners the time and opportunity to reflect on their own teaching and learning strategies and to try something new, thus to enhance their repertoire of skills and knowledge

 Sharing knowledge, skills and opinions with your peers is the most powerful tool in teaching and learning

 Gets you out of the rut! Experiments can act as a very quick update on the latest evidence based strategies

 Opportunity to try something new in a supportive environment

 

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