Learning: Metacognition and Feedback – the Holy Grail for improving Teaching and Learning

Date(s) - 01/04/2020
10:00 am - 3:30 pm


ISA House

Who should attend?

This course will be valuable for any member of staff with responsibility for the effectiveness of teaching and learning, or who wish to have the opportunity to reflect on their current pedagogical strategies in the light of emerging research and best practice.

High quality feedback is potentially the single most important ‘weapon’ in a teacher’s armoury. But even in the most successful of schools’ researchers and inspectors report that the quality of feedback is highly variable and resistant to improvement.

A metacognitive approach to teaching and learning, as recommended by the Education Endowment Foundation, provides a highly effective but low cost way of improving learning and attainment in your school.

Metacognition and feedback are now well researched and established approaches, that have the potential to have a highly significant impact upon pupil learning.

This course is highly experiential in nature and delegates will primarily focus on developing their own and their school’s professional practice in both of these areas.

Course tutor: Paul Bevis

View the programme outline here.

For those who require accommodation, the Crown House Hotel is a short walk from ISA House. Mention you are attending an ISA course when booking, to receive a preferential rate of £85.

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Ticket Type Price Spaces
Standard Delegate Rate

Second Delegate Rate (ISA Members' schools only)
(For every full paying delegate you are entitled to a second at a discounted rate)

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