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Getting metacognition practice into everyday teaching

Venue
Webinar, Webinar
venue
Course Tutors
Sophie MacNeill
tutors
Admin Contact
Sandra Penstone-Smith (training@hertsforlearning.co.uk)
Target Audience
All Leaders / Assessment Coordinators / Assistant Headteachers / Classroom Teachers / Deputy Headteachers / Early Career Teachers / Heads of Department/Faculty / Headteachers / Middle Leaders / New Headteachers / New/Aspiring Middle Leaders / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Newly Qualified Teachers / NQT +1 / Overseas Trained Teachers / Subject Leaders
target audience
Course Types
Webinar
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Subject
Assessment
Event Description
Evidence suggests that metacognition and the development of self-regulation can have a huge impact on learners, especially the most disadvantaged. In the last year, the importance of learners having the skills to think about and monitor their own learning and self-motivate has been apparent, and many schools are now thinking about how to incorporate the development of these skills into everyday classroom practice.

This webinar from the Assessment Team will explore the key concepts of metacognition as well as practical ideas for the classroom. The content would be relevant for those leading on teaching and learning as well as classroom teachers.

Understanding that time is precious in schools, especially this year, this training will be run as a twilight webinar and will also be recorded so that schools can access it at a time convenient for them.
Training objectives
Learning outcomes

  • understanding of key research in metacognition

  • practical advice on bringing metacognition into classroom practice

Additional Information
Enquiries
Start Date
Thursday 22 April 2021
End Date
Thursday 22 April 2021
Closing Date
Wednesday 21 April 2021
Times
15:45 - 17:15
Maximum Places
100 
Maximum places per establishment
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1