Research Breakfast - Metacognition
Feed your Body and your Mind!
|Mon 03 Feb 2020 8.00am - 10.00am||Wilbraham Primary School||20 places available||FREE|
Join us to hear more about the Research School Network and the new hub in Manchester, at Wilbraham Primary. You will get an introduction to evidence-informed practice and hear first-hand from school leaders how evidence has been central to their school improvement journeys.
Breakfast will be provided – bacon sandwiches, sausage sandwiches and cheese on toast!
What is a Research Breakfast and who are they for?
Research Breakfasts are aimed at Head teachers and members of SLT who would like to know about the latest research or EEF Guidance Report. During the breakfast, the key headlines of the guidance report will be shared in a relaxed and informal setting. We know that everyone is short of time which is why we will also provide a free breakfast for you during the session. You will leave the breakfast with an overview of the guidance report and your own complimentary copy to read further in your own time. Research Breakfasts will then be followed up by a twilight session a couple of weeks later.
What you will learn
You will learn about what Research Schools have to offer and an overview of the Metacognition and Self-Regulation guidance report.
Who is it for?
Headteachers and members of SLT.
About your course leader
Steve is in his 11th year as Headteacher and his 25th in teaching! He is also a Local Leader in Education (LLE).
Jo is co-director of the Aspirer Research School and has been working with 11 schools across the Aspire Trust to implement metacognitive strategies in all lessons. She is now working with other trusts to share the latest research.