Metacognition is recognised by the Education Endowment Foundation as one of the most effective ways of improving pupils’ progress.
Metacognition is an essential, but often neglected, component of 21st century education that teaches learners how to learn. This session will make a case for teaching with metacognition supported by research evidence. Participants will be supported to derive a working definition, and unpack the knowledge and the regulation of metacognition that will enable pupils to succeed in learning. Classroom strategies will be shared and worked upon so participants can own these strategies and be able to share them across the school.
Cost per person: Training Subscription of 2 credits (£135.00). Everyone else will be charged £175.00.
Where participants have registered and are accepted onto courses there is an expectation they will cancel their place, via the schoolsupport.luton.gov.uk website (within forty eight working hours of the course start time) if they are unable to attend. Failure to do so will result in being charged for the delegate place.
Delegates who attend this session without booking a place will be charged £25.00 administration fee per person in addition to the course fee.
Teachers and school leaders will leave with practical strategies that can be applied immediately and with a wider understanding of how Metacognition can improve the quality of teaching and learning in schools.
This course is a core element of the Spotlight on Standards programme; all schools are welcome to attend.
Class teachers, Year Leaders, Subject Leaders, SLEs