A student’s ability to read and comprehend underpins their ability to access and excel in all other content areas. In this session, experts from Uncommon Schools will share their expertise in how to teach reading.
The session will offer practical, take away examples that you can take back to your department to use to support students in developing their fluency. We will look at examples of effective practice, tried and tested methods and be given some take away resources to use with your teams. The course will allow time to share good practice with others and learn from global leaders in teaching English. Please take advantage of both places by bringing a colleague to the virtual event (they will need to join on their own device).
Why should I attend?
Uncommon Schools is a leading organisation in the US that is committed to sharing what they learn in their schools to help improve education for all children. Their instructional books (Reading Reconsidered and Teach Like a Champion) have become national bestsellers. Their workshops are attended by educators from urban classrooms across the world. Uncommon Schools are passionate about learning and disseminating that knowledge to the world. They partner with more than 3,000 teachers and leaders from public school districts in New York and New Jersey to improve classroom instruction. Their professional development workshops have helped millions of teachers around the world achieve better outcomes for their students. They are fiercely dedicated to closing the achievement gap and changing history.
What will the course cover?
- Strategies to teach reading
- Examples of effective instruction and classroom practice
- Case studies of transformational practice
- How to teach fluency
Who should attend?
Head of Department
Subject Lead/ Coordinator
There are two places available per school. Please can delegates register separately.
Pay as You Go – £200 for 2 places
CPD Package - No charge
Booking confirmation including access information and important pre-course information will be sent to you upon booking.
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For specific enquiries about this course, please contact Paul Claydon via CPDEvents@bdsip.co.uk
For general booking or CPD enquiries please contact CPDEvents@bdsip.co.uk