TA Training (Cambridge Education)
Focusing on providing effective support to the classroom teacher in a thoughtful, proactive and self-initiating manner, the course also covers strategies for taking the whole class as a substitute teacher. Participants will develop a better understanding of how students learn and will gather practical strategies to use in the classroom.
Who will benefit from this course?
Experienced and new teaching assistants and anyone who supports learning in a school, including those who work as volunteers in classrooms.
What will it cover?
- The professional additional adult – roles and behaviours
- Supporting the teacher in planning learning activities
- Supporting learning – not giving the answer
- Developing students’ independent learning skill
- Differentiating planned activities to meet the needs of your group
- Supporting the delivering of learning activities
- Supporting the teacher in the evaluation of learning activities
- Assessing students as they listen to teacher input
- Best practice from peers from a range of school and backgrounds
- Managing a class, teaching them and supporting their progress
- Understand and identify the needs of the learner
- Develop strategies for developing students’ learning skills
- Find out how to use your time well to complement the teacher’s role
- Discover planning to meet the needs of individual students
- Learn about teaching a group or a whole class
- Develop a better understanding of how students learn and gather practical strategies to take back to use in the classroom
£200 per participant (Band A)
Brooke Weston Teaching School, Corby, NorthantsNN18 8LA
19th March 2019
|Time||9.30 – 15.30|