Professional Development for Early Career Teachers
- 5 weeks
- Weekly study
- 3 hours
- Extra benefits available
- From £42
The early stages of a career in teaching can be daunting. You’re regularly faced with new responsibilities and challenges. On this course you will get advice and support on improving your teaching skills as well as juggling your workload so you’re able to handle these challenges.
Through the course you will reflect on and identify your professional development needs. You will explore: behaviour management strategies, pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning, ways to prioritise your workload and more.
- Reflective practice and how this can be used to review and develop teaching and learning.
- Strategies for managing workload.
- Approaches to effective behaviour management in order to promote behaviours for learning.
- The use of assessment for learning (AFL) strategies to effectively assess the progress and learning needs of children.
- Approaches for providing appropriate challenge and differentiation.
By the end of the course, you'll be able to:
- Develop your understanding and use of reflective practice to review and identify your own professional development needs.
- Reflect on, develop and extend your understanding and application of a range of behaviour management strategies.
- Reflect on and develop your assessment for learning (AFL) approaches to identify the learning needs of your students.
- Reflect on and develop your pedagogical approach to teaching and learning, including providing appropriate challenge and support for your students.
- Develop effective strategies for managing and prioritising workload.
This course is primarily for teachers starting out in their careers, but will be of use to teachers at any stage of their career.