12 October 2021
16:00 - 18:30

How to achieve ISI defined Excellent Teaching (repeated on November 16th)

Speaker: John Medlicott
SATIPS is presenting a webinar on how to achieve ISI defined Excellent Teaching
  • Are you clear on what ISI Inspectors are looking for?
  • How do you support teachers making the transition from good and excellent?
  • Are all pupils engaged, making progress or inspired and challenged in lessons?
  • Can you demonstrate how teaching is making a difference in your school?
The answers to these questions are developed in full on this essential course for preparing for an ISI EQ Inspection. The course dispels misconceptions, clarifies the criteria and shares the theory and research behind the ISI approach. It sets out what excellent teaching looks like and how it can be identified and strengthened throughout the school.
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14 October 2021
16:00 - 17:30

Working with Pupils for Whom Mathematics is a Challenge

Speaker: Serena Alexander

Target Audience

This INSET is designed for Maths teachers of Years 5and 6.

Course Overview

This session will look at working with those for whom mathematics is a challenge, considering the reasons that may be behind this. Then follows exploration of common areas that cause anxiety with a host of tips and ideas for teachers to explore. The session will be recorded and the link will be shared with delegates.
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9 November 2021
16:00 - 18:30

Becoming A High Impact Teaching Assistant Supporting Learning

Speaker: John Medlicott
SATIPS IS PRESENTING A WEBINAR ON BECOMING A HIGH IMPACT TEACHING ASSISTANT SUPPORTING LEARNING
“Many TAs are walking into classes blind—they just have to listen to teachers talk to the class to figure out what they are supposed to be doing.” TES Article Schools in England employ 380,000+ Teaching Assistants and the average school spend on Teaching Assistants is about £200,000 per year, so with all these human resources available it’s essential that schools unlock the potential of this often-undervalued group of professionals through high quality CPD. Avoid a negative impact on pupil attainment The evidence from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is clear: poor TA deployment has a negative impact on attainment! Effective Teaching Assistant deployment can improve pupil progress. Research on TAs delivering targeted interventions in one to-one or small group settings shows a consistent impact on attainment of approximately three to four additional months’ progress. Crucially, these positive effects are only observed when TAs work in structured settings with high quality support and training.
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16 November 2021
16:00 - 18:30

How to achieve ISI defined Excellent Teaching (repeated from October 12th)

Speaker: John Medlicott
SATIPS is presenting a webinar on how to achieve ISI defined Excellent Teaching
  • Are you clear on what ISI Inspectors are looking for?
  • How do you support teachers making the transition from good and excellent?
  • Are all pupils engaged, making progress or inspired and challenged in lessons?
  • Can you demonstrate how teaching is making a difference in your school?
The answers to these questions are developed in full on this essential course for preparing for an ISI EQ Inspection. The course dispels misconceptions, clarifies the criteria and shares the theory and research behind the ISI approach. It sets out what excellent teaching looks like and how it can be identified and strengthened throughout the school.
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20 January 2022
16:00 - 17:30

Mathematics Refresher Webinar

Speaker: Serena Alexander
SATIPS is presenting a Mathematics Refresher Webinar
Delve into the changes to the ISEB mathematics specification for 2022 and explore what they mean to you and your colleagues with leading expert Serena Alexander. During this 90-minute webinar, Serena will provide invaluable advice and tips on supporting students towards exam success. The session will be recorded and the link will be shared with delegates.
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