Evidence Informed Teaching & Learning
Our evidence informed provision is based on the work of the Sandringham Research School. This team led the way in the use of evidence-based practice in Hertfordshire from 2017 – 2023. Utilising the work of the EEF, their training uses the teaching and learning toolkit, guidance reports and promising projects to suggest best bets for practise in schools. Our facilitators have previously worked as part of this team and have used their extensive expertise to create a range of evidence informed training courses.
Effective implementation for school improvement
Tuesday, 12th March 2024
A three hour training course to explore the evidence on effective implementation using the EEF’s Guidance Report “Putting Evidence to Work – A School’s Guide to Implementation”.
All leaders face the challenge of trying to effectively create and sustain positive change in their school setting. The EEF’s Guidance report on effective implementation identifies an actionable structure that can be used to support leaders through this process. Although meaningful change will always be significantly complex, the evidence suggests that there are foundations and clear steps that can be taken to explore problems, prepare strategies, monitor effectiveness and sustain change.
What are the objectives or outcomes?
This course will:
- Identify the research evidence on effective implementation
- Consider the recommendations from the EEF Guidance Report “Putting Evidence to Work – A School’s Guide to Implementation”.
- Model how a school priority could be planned for using the implementation process.
Who is this course for?
- For middle and senior leaders (all phases)
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