METACOGNITION AND SELF-REGULATED LEARNING

09:00 on 12 February 2019–16:00 on 27 June 2019

This three-day course focuses on the Education Endowment Foundation’s ‘Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning ‘Guidance Report and associated educational research. The course, which will be facilitated by Alex Quigley [Senior Associate at the EEF, educational consultant and author of ‘Closing the Vocabulary Gap’] explores how pupils best monitor, direct, and review their learning. Furthermore, it examines and highlights metacognitive strategies get learners to think about their own learning more explicitly, usually by teaching them to set goals, and monitor and evaluate their own academic progress. The course is aimed at senior leaders and teachers from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 4. Attendance is expected for each of the three days.

The course takes place at the Bridge Centre. 0930-1530 on the following dates:

12th February 2019, 17th May 2019 and 27th June 2019. [please note single date change from initial publication]

Schools can elect to fund attendance from their ‘Research School Wallet’ allocation. The course fee is £295 and places can be booked via the following link:  https://knste-shaw.org.uk/stoke-on-trent-research-school-training-booking-form/.

Posted on 26 November 2018
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