SSS-EduChats are an opportunity for teachers, teaching assistants and school leaders to discuss educational issues, with the aim of informing and improving their practice.
SSS-EduChats are informal, discussion based sessions which draw upon educational research and practices. We hope to be thought-provoking and encourage the participants to share their collective knowledge to inform and improve their practice.
In our SSS-EduChat session on Friday 10th July at 10.00 a.m. we will be focusing on the strategies you can use to ensure change sticks.
If you want to join us, please register.
We have already run SSS-EduChats on the topics outlined below. If you are interested in any of these sessions being rescheduled, let us know and once there is sufficient interest we will set them up.
We shared effective strategies to lead school staff through the curriculum change process.
We reviewed research about the impact of delayed vocabulary acquisition on young children and then shared strategies to rapidly increase their vocabulary.
This EduChat focused on strategies to manage intrinsic load, minimise extraneous load and maximise germane load to help children retain information.
This EduChat focused on the 5 steps to mastering 'difficult conversations'. We shared conversations openers and considered what might be hidden behind an emotional outburst.
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