As we are currently unable to deliver face to face courses and training, we wanted to share with you some ways to access useful resources and content. The following links take you to external sites where you can find training and courses that we hope you will find valuable at this time:
Word Aware Online Course
As part of your Phase and Faculty package we are delighted to invite you to this fantastic Word Aware Course on Monday 15th June at no charge to yourselves. The course will be run as a live online session but will also be recorded if you are unable to join at that time. We will then be running a live post course Q and A session on Thursday 25th June. Please tell us whether you’ll be joining live or whether you’ll watch the recorded session at another time by clicking here by Monday 8th June.
Education Endowment Foundation:
The EEF's rapid evidence assessment examines the existing research (from 60 systematic reviews and meta-analyses) for approaches that schools could use, or are already using, to support the learning of pupils while schools are closed due to Covid-19.
Key Findings Summary and Remote Learning Rapid Evidence Assessment can be found here.
Teacher Development Trust @TeacherDevTrust
The Teacher Development Trust have launched a series of free online webinars called #CPDConnectUp . Speakers include Professor Viviane Robinson, Dylan William and Daisy Christodoulou.
Details can be found here.
Rosenshine Masterclass Captured @teacherhead
Tom Sherrington, author of The Learning Rainforest and Rosenshine's Principles in Action, has created a video of his training on Rosenshine Principles as well as offering the slides free for download. They can be found here
research Ed @researchEDhome
researchEdhome is streaming a wide range of educational speakers live at 11 am or they can be watched later on the Youtube channel. There is no charge for any access to these speakers who have so far included Professor Daniel Willingham, Jon Hutchinson and Adam Boxer. The first sessions this week have been extremely popular and so they have extended the number of places available to 1000 for each session. Check out the programme here http://bit.ly/2RNI79k
Chartered College of Teaching @charteredColl
The Chartered College of Teaching is the professional body for teachers. The aim of the college is to celebrate, support and connect teachers to take pride in their profession and provide the best possible education for children and young people. They are dedicated to bridging the gap between practice and research and equipping teachers from the second they enter the classroom with the knowledge and confidence to make the best decisions for their pupils.
They offer a range of programmes, details of which can be found here
Also available are a series of resources relating to Covid19 and can be found here.
Provision Map Webinars @provisionmap
Provision Map, part of the TES, are providing free webinars with SEND experts David Bartram, Natalie Packer and Abigail Hawkins. These happen each Tuesday and Thursday at 10.00am and full details can be found here
This is a free online course broken up into small chunks to support teachers’ online learning. Click on the link for more details.
The Writing Revolution
Click here to view this page which links to 30 minute videos about how to use some of the techniques in the book. There are also some useful links to resources.
The Open University
Free courses from the Open University are available to view here.
Free courses from FutureLearn - some related to professional CPD and some supporting your own interest areas:
Understanding Autism, Aspergers and ADHD
This free short online course from the University of Derby will encourage you to challenge your own definitions and perceptions of autism and ADHD. You will get an opportunity to examine several key themes around both autism and ADHD in order to obtain skills to help people with these conditions.