CPD for Teachers in March 2014: Develop your skills in stretch and challenge and assessment

I am delivering two different training events in March 2014 and hope to see you there.

1. The first one takes place in London and also in Manchester and is ideal for classroom practitioners who want to develop their toolkit for stretching and challenging learners. There is information on the link below:

http://www.sectortraining.com/events/265

Here are some comments from previous attendees at this training day:
It was a very interesting session with lots of good ideas to share.

I really enjoyed the day and took a lot from it.  I will be using the group/roles activity in a staff CPD activity next week!

I really enjoyed my day and found it all very useful indeed.  Thank you for sending all the resources, they are going to come in very handy!  We have internal observations next week so I may incorporate some of the tips and ideas into some of my lessons.

Thanks very much for the session.  It was excellent, and very helpful.

2. The second event takes place in London and is aimed at classroom practitioners who want to develop their skills in assessment and checking of learning. This day will have a strong focus on assessment for learning methods and how these can help us improve achievement. Information on the link below:

http://www.sectortraining.com/events/270

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