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This webinar will provide senior leaders, subject leads and teachers with practical advice and guidance on developing high-quality scaffolding strategies to improve classroom learning.
Being able to provide effective scaffolding is essential for children’s learning. Research by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) during school closures found elements of effective teaching, such as scaffolding, are much more important than how or when lessons are provided.
Scaffolding helps to reduce students' cognitive load, giving them the opportunity to access and understand unfamiliar tasks in the early stages of learning something new.
In this webinar, award-winning author and expert in evidence-informed classroom practice, Andy Tharby will explore what effective scaffolding looks like and how schools can develop and successfully implement different techniques into teaching practice to ensure improved school outcomes.
Recognising the benefits of effective scaffolding for both teachers and learners and how it can develop wider aspects of children’s education.
Developing scaffolding strategies that provide clear direction, expectations, help increase independence and boosts confidence and motivation in learners.
Understanding the individual and collective zone of proximal development (ZPD) of learners in order to ensure scaffolding has maximum impact.
Identifying how different scaffolding strategies can target different areas of learning and implementing these into classroom practice.
Recognising how to differentiate support as children become more independent and meeting the needs and comfort levels of individual learners.
quality CPD which gives leaders strategies to impact practice, pedagogy and pupil outcomes through out the school. The CPD provides staff with concise information on relevant areas and practical strategies to use in their own classroom practiceI really enjoy the webinars and learn so much. It also gives me confidence as a leader that my thoughts and strategies are current and effective. I also share key points with my staff.S Anwar-Bleem, Principal - Iqra Academy
NANANicki Wilson - Flixton Girls School
Scaffolding StrategiesThis webinar really gives food for thought and a reason to adjust old ideals about differentiation and marking. I like the links to theory and ideas from well-respected education experts.Martine Sills, Head teacher - Bedfield CEVC Primary School
Scaffolding strategies .Very interesting and informative .Enjoyed it was very clear .Michelle Stanhope - Carrwood Primary School
Clear strategiesVery beneficial session, will now be forwarding this to the rest of our dept.Matthew Hector, Teacher - St Angela's Ursuline School
Ks4 leadExcellentEugene Asare - The Appleton School
Handy suggestionsActually gives you techniques to try outVictoria Wadley-Smith - Westcliff High School for Girls
Dual CodingThe use of Dual coding was excellent in this Webinar and really helped to put across some of the points made to cement it betterMarcus Carr, Teacher of Maths (NQT) - Spen Valley High School
Quality CPD with specific examples of method in practiceReally enjoyed this webinar. It was presented in an easily understood format with clear explanations and examples given throughout.Jayne Ellmes, Teacher/Lead Learning Mentor - Hodgson Academy
Useful and interesting.Liked it, I will try to apply this in working with small groups or even one-to-one.Rita Butkeviciute, Teacher - Queen Katharine Academy
Thought-provokingThis was a thorough examination of scaffolding which prompted me to reflect upon the practice which exists in my school and how we can develop it further. Thank you.Naomi Ezzard - Windlesham Village Infant School
Very interestingMade me really think about the principles of challenge and the concept of success for a childDawn O’hare, Senior leader - Holly Grove Primary School (WS7 1LU)
NoneExcellentPatricia Morris, Teaching Assistant - Yardleys School
Gianina BulibasaVery informative. I really liked the practical examples.Gianina Bulibasa, EAL Assistant - Woolwich Polytechnic School for Boys
Scaffolding Strategies – Better Classroom Learning for All PupilsDetail over a number of strategies and the theory behind scaffolding presented over a video with discussion points covered.Timothy White, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
goodgoodCharlotte Fowler, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
Excellent StrategiesGreat video with some good strategiesNicholas Evans, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
Brilliant, just in time for an observationWas full of knowledge and the techniques will be used in an observation next week. This should help me to get more out of my mixed ability classes and ensure there is access to the learning for all.Iwan Davies, Teacher - Abbey Park School
Effective scaffoldingI enjoyed the webinar, it was clear and informative.Debbie Garraway, Transition Teacher - Abbey Park School
Scaffolding in the classroominteresting account of scaffolding and how to implement into the classroom. Simple steps provided to make learning more access for all regardless of starting points.Lynsey Wall, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
Extremely useful for the work I do as a Teaching AssistantFound this very informative and it was so good to have practical examples to use in the classroom.Alicia Palmer - Desborough College
A few helpful things I can immediately try in the classroom. Thank youLooking to help a 4-year span of ability within one class, scaffolding enough for some and not too much for others is my dilemma. Post lockdown things are very fluid. Some good advice here.Lucy Baker, Teacher - Bures Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School
InterestingAlthough part of our everyday practice, this webinar really gives some food for thought on what scaffolding really looks like on a daily basis.Matthew Snook, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
ScaffoldingExcellent presentation with clear examples. Great reminder of this method and also provided some new ideas to try.Karen Bond - The Forest School
Scaffolding strategiesAn informative webinar with some useful strategies to implement in the classroom.Stefanie Bell, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
An excellent,practical sessionI reaaly enjoyed itDaniel Burkey, Teacher of MFL - Spen Valley High School
ScaffoldingGoodAmandip Sanghera, Head of Department - Abbey Park School
HelpfulReally insightful webinarRupert Holloway, Teacher - Sir Frederick Gibberd College
ScaffoldingGood practical tips. Using scaffolding to reduce cognitive load, build confidence then gradually reduce to build independenceCaroline T-Walmsley, Headteacher - Kingsway Infants' School
ScaffoldingA great refresher with nuggets of useful tips.Hatim Kapacee, Head Teacher - Heald Place Primary School
ScaffoldingGood theory, with practical strategies to use in all subjects.Michael Shaw, Classroom Teacher - Abbey Park School
Bang on the nailExcellent - will take these strategies to my classroomFelicia Fielding, Teacher of MFL - Spen Valley High School
MrsVery clear and informative. Learnt a lot of new strategies which can be deployed in the classroom.Nazia Arshad - Hodge Hill Girls School
Scaffolding Strategies – Better Classroom Learning for All PupilsVery informative. Good tipsMel Mclaughlin, Teacher - Gig Mill Primary School
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