The facilitators were well informed and delivered the content to staff with a range of experiences without being patronising or leaving anyone behind…(through) interesting, relevant questions and challenges.
This programme is aimed at all school staff interested in finding out more about research.
This series of twilights explores recent research into what works to support pupils’ learning and development, both in the classroom and beyond. In each session, a recent piece of research will be explored and its implications for classroom practice explored with participating teachers.
All participating teachers will receive a ‘take-away’ pack of materials and resources from each session, so that they can use the very same session in their own school with groups of colleagues.
The November session will be an opportunity to unpick key points from researcher Alex Quigley’s book ‘Closing the Vocabulary Gap’. Through selected extracts, we will look at the importance of vocabulary instruction, analyse some suggested activities and together discuss action in schools towards increasing the ‘word richness’ of our settings. Join us to gain a deeper understanding of how to support language acquisition from early years settings to secondary schools.
The programme is led by members of the alliance Research Working Group.
The programme is free to attend. Participants can sign up for the next session by completing this form.