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This webinar will provide school leaders, headteachers, subject leads and teachers with practical tools and techniques for delivering effective dual coding theory and practice in the classroom.
Scientific evidence suggests that implementing dual coding techniques can help reduce a child’s cognitive load whilst increasing their working memory and improve their learning. It can also support teachers and school leaders to streamline their thought processes and expectations to work more effectively, especially when under daily time constraints.
In this webinar, Stephen Burnage, a school leadership specialist and expert practitioner with over 25 years’ teaching experience, discusses why schools should consider developing a dual coding framework, strategies for effective delivery and how teachers can deliver better learning outcomes with more efficient classroom practice.
Understanding the key tenants of dual coding theory, why it is considered so effective and simple steps which explain how dual coding can be used in the classroom.
Recognising how dual coding can represent visual and verbal information in a way which helps children’s learning, reduces cognitive load and directs their attention.
Understanding why dual coding is so important for teachers to know and how it can lead to more streamlined processes and more effective content delivery.
Identifying strategies for implementing dual-coding theory in the classroom which removes the use of complex diagrams and helps children to retain information in the long-term.
Recognising how to develop dual coding learning strategies, what support to provide with classroom techniques and what practice to avoid in order to prevent cognitive overload.
This webinar will present headteachers, senior leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with a review of the curriculum, highlighting areas which might be perceived to be selective and biased in their representation of history, heritage, culture and world view, and thereby reinforce racial stereotypes.
This webinar will present headteachers, senior leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with a review of the curriculum, highlighting areas which might be perceived to be selective and biased in their representation of history and world view, and thereby reinforce racial stereotypes.
This webinar will provide headteachers, senior leaders and teachers with an insight into the content of the reformed Early Career Framework (ECF) which builds on Initial Teacher Training to equip Early Career Teachers (ECTs) with evidence-based knowledge and skills, helping to provide a secure foundation for future success.
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