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A teacher’s guide to developing metacognition in your lessons and improving student outcomes

Senior/Middle Leadership 11-18 Teacher Training

Rosie Hussain

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Why attend?

Metacognition is recognised by the EEF toolkit as “one of the most highly effective approaches to improve student outcomes, especially those that come from disadvantaged backgrounds”, however the practice of developing this skill is often misunderstood by many.

Our brand-new in-venue workshop, led by expert Rosie Hussain, will provide you with clear, practical guide to embed metacognition and self-regulation into your classroom, in order to improve the outcomes of all students. During the day, Rosie will identify strategies to develop metacognitive behaviours, highlight how to recognise self-regulation opportunities in your lessons and provide you with an action plan to implement it in your school.

  • Build an understanding of the what and why behind metacognition
  • Explore what a self-regulated learner looks like and how it can be broken down into three components – cognition, metacognition and motivation
  • Hear expert guidance and receive practical resources on how to effectively implement metacognition and self-regulation into your lessons
  • Return to your centre with a clear action plan to disseminate the skills and knowledge throughout your centre

Booking reference: META301122
Hodder code: 1251301122

Programme

10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.05am Examine the impact and outcomes of self-regulation and metacognition on student learning
  • Focus on accurately defining metacognition
  • Eliminating the myths and misconceptions
  • How can metacognition improve T&L?
  • Evidence informed practice: The EEF toolkit
  • The benefits of self-regulated learning
  • Evidence based practice to improve student outcomes
11.00am Morning break
11.15am Identify strategies to explicitly develop metacognitive behaviours
  • How to recognise metacognitive skills and self-regulated learners
  • What does a self-regulated learner look like?
  • The Metacognitive process: Application of the metacognitive process within the classroom
12.45pm Lunch
1.45pm How to recognise opportunities in lessons to explicitly develop self-regulation and metacognition
  • How can you teach metacognitive strategies?
  • High impact evidence-based strategies
  • Questioning to improve metacognitio
2.45pm Planning the next steps for implementation and training within schools
  • CPD performance targets
  • Training opportunities to share good practice
  • Meeting departmental and whole school objective
3.15pm Q&A
3.45pm Workshop ends

Presenters

Rosie Hussain - Presenter
Rosie Hussain - Presenter
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Venue

1251301122
Venue TBC
Central London

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If the guidance restricts us from running this event in a venue, we will host it as an online webinar; if you are interested in registering for an online version, please send us an email.