Applying Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction in school Part 4 - Stages of Practice

Suitable for: Headteacher, Subject Leaders, Teachers, ECTs

Course code Keystages Presented by
PTL155 Foundation; KS1; KS2
  • Elaine Williams (Assessment Consultant)

- To explore Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction.
- To consider what effective guided practice looks like in the classroom.
- To explore a range of strategies to support independent practice.
- To work collaboratively with colleagues to consider ways to implement these strategies in school.

Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction are grounded in a varied range of evidence including direct observation of strategies that the most successful teachers used to support their class, research of cognitive science and research into cognitive scaffolds and supports.

This half day course will give delegates the opportunity to deepen their understanding of Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction and consider how to implement these in school. The course will give delegates an overview of Rosenshine's Principles and then focus on methods to support learning through guided and independent practice. These strategies will aim to support children as they grow in confidence learning a new concept and relating this to prior learning.

This course is part of a series that will examine Rosenshine's Principles grouped into categories to allow for ease of understanding and implementation. Each course stands alone or delegates may choose to attend others in the series to examine all areas.

**OFFER: Book a place on one of our Rosenshine courses and receive another place on a separate course from the same range absolutely free! Courses available in this offer: PTL152 / PTL153 / PTL154 / PTL155, please book both courses at the same time.

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