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Online webinar - Planning for a Learning Future: Better than Before

Online webinar - Planning for New Learning Futures: Better than Before - how can we recover from lost opportunties and surpass previous expectations?

This event will run:- 

as morning sessions from 10.00 until 12.30 over two weeks

or as twilight sessions from 16.00 to 18.30 over two weeks

The intervening week can be used for reflection, collaboration and an opportunity to share with colleagues the learning from the first session to review some of the valuable resources and materials that will help to shape future planning.

A solution focused exploration of school and college priorities that enable educators and learners to recover from lost opportunities and surpass previous expectations.

You have the answers as long as you ask the right questions.

Built on a deep dive into research, practical discussion and policy we have designed this live synchronous webinar to look in detail at how education has had to change and adapt and what we must learn from the experience so that we can make the future better than before.

The course is set out as five sections delivered over two sessions one week apart of 2 hours each.

The content is as follows:-

  • Setting the scene - Priorities for managing a new future in education
  • How are attitudes changing to tradtional models of education?
  • Curriculum futures - content, skills, concepts and connections for the future
  • Pedagogical futures - what have we gained and how will we use new found skills and competences
  • The future of learning - a review of the evidence that change is inevitable

Who is it for?

Leaders in education who need to be thinking strategically about how to plan for the future with a profound understanding that all staff and pupils have changed irrevocably. Attitudes to learning, assessment and structures have all been challenged. Leadership skills have never been more important. This is perfect starting point for senior leaders to work together to create a CPD strategy that will capture the learning from 2020/21 and allow all staff to be a part of a future that will build on their experiences and become better than before.

Who is the author and faciliator for this course?

Lee Taylor is an educator with thirty-three years of experience in primary and secondary settings. He is engaged in educational leadership research with Keele University specialising is co-operative learning and leadership with a focus on student centred curriculum and pedagogy.

He has served as a school leader in several schools and colleges and has served as headteacher twice. His most recent position has been as a Senior Executive Leader for a Trust and senior bid writer for new schools.

He has work for NCTL since 2010 writing and delivering middle, senior and headship courses up to NPQH and he now continues in the field of education consultancy with Learning Cultures. 

Much of Lee's doctoral research has looked at how young people use social and emotional settings to gain energy and inspiration to learn both the set curriculum and their self-directed curriculum. At this time of uncertainty in schools and colleges, and where learners may have to spend protracted time out of school, it has never been more important to capture the essence of what engages young minds in their own growth. He has put together ideas and process into a package for blended learning experiences that go far beyond on-line video conferencing and helps teachers to prepare themselves and their learners for a different learning environment. This course helps participants to think outside the classroom box and to consider learning from multiple perspectives.  

Prices:

First Delegate:

£225 +VAT

Second or Subsequent Delegate Price:

£195 +VAT

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What else

This course is delivered as a live webinar either as:

two morning sessions from 10.00 until 12.30 over two weeks or

as twilight sessions from 16.00 until 18.30 over two weeks.

The intervening week provides those who attend with time in between the sessions to reflect, share and practice coaching.

We can also deliver this course in schools or colleges for groups of staff. Contact us to find out more.

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This course is delivered as a live webinar either as:

two morning sessions from 10.00 until 12.30 over two weeks or

as twilight sessions from 16.00 until 18.30 over two weeks.

The intervening week provides those who attend with time in between the sessions to reflect, share and practice coaching.

We can also deliver this course in schools or colleges for groups of staff. Contact us to find out more.

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