Wednesday, 13th January 2021
1.30p.m. – 2.45p.m.
FREE online event for NASBTT Members
Delivered online via Zoom
With busy workloads, increased virtual learning and an ever-changing sector, NASBTT is pleased to offer members the opportunity to attend its online Espresso Shot Networking Events.
Designed to be a brief information exchange and networking session for members, these events are the perfect opportunity for a fast-paced session focussing on a key, relevant topic and provide the opportunity for members to engage with colleagues over a virtual coffee or cuppa.
Great teaching – the requirement that every lesson, every day, for every class, is of the highest quality – should be the foremost aim of every teacher and school leader. Nothing you do matters more than this. Yet uncertainty persists about what constitutes evidence-based great teaching, how we can recognise it and, most important of all, how to get more of it. Uncertainty about how best to support new teachers to develop rapidly may be even greater.
In June we published the Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review (available at www.greatteaching.com) to address the first of these uncertainties. A larger project is now underway, building a toolkit to help classroom teachers and school leaders address the other two.
In this session, Rob will present the evidence and ideas behind the Evidence Review, and outline the dimensions and elements of great teaching: aspects of teacher knowledge, skills, practices, or classroom environment, that make a difference to students’ learning. He will describe ongoing work to develop systems for giving teachers actionable feedback about their practices and for supporting their professional development. He will also offer opportunities for teachers, schools and Trusts to get involved.
- Actionable: relevant to current contexts
- Connected: join the discussion
- Accessible: open to all
- Fast-paced and convenient: engage over a virtual coffee or cuppa
Rob Coe is Director of Research and Development at Evidence Based Education and Senior Associate at the Education Endowment Foundation. He was previously Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM) at Durham University, UK, and before that a teacher of secondary mathematics.
Rob’s research covers educational assessment, evaluation and evidence-based practice, with a focus on working with teachers and schools to connect evidence and practice. He is lead author of the 2020 Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review and the 2014 Sutton Trust report What Makes Great Teaching? and a co-author of the Education Endowment Foundation’s Teaching and Learning Toolkit, the EEF’s DIY Evaluation Guide for teachers, and the Teacher Development Trust’s Developing Great Teaching report. He is a member of advisory groups for a wide range of educational organisations.
Emma Hollis, NASBTT Executive Director
This event is free for NASBTT Members
The cost for non-members will be £25.00 per delegate.
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