We are very excited to be working with the Geographical Association on their TLIF project looking at critical thinking in geography.
This is a fully funded initiative and gives participating schools a free resource pack (worth £60), 2 days of CPD (this is held at The Hollins on 1/5/19 and 10/7/19). It also gives access to further online resources and support.
IMPROVE TEACHER CAPABILITY BY
– building confidence in curriculum
– planning and critical approaches
– increasing subject knowledge around data, scientific and geographical concepts and language
– supporting effective teaching of reformed geography and science qualifications and curricula
– assisting efficient planning through use of practical tools and quality-assured curriculum plans and resources.
RAISE ATTAINMENT SO PUPILS
• gain the geographical and scientific knowledge and skills needed for success in exams and further study
• tackle complex issues more independently and construct evidenced arguments through social and natural scientific investigation
• make adept use of data, use evidence critically
• have appropriate challenge to increase engagement with geography and science and generate interest in further study.
THE BENEFITS OF TEACHING THIS WAY WERE:
• It increased students’ willingness to participate
• It developed confidence in students expressing their own opinions
• It supported students in accessing higher level skills such as justification and evaluation
• It helped create a culture where students independently attempted to solve problems in their fieldwork
Schools are eligible to take part if their current ofsted rating is 3 or 4 or are in DFE category 5 and 6 priority areas
If you would like to book a place on this 2 day training please email ELTSACPD@thehollins.com supplying the name of your participant and their TRN number (this is for funding purposes and will be used in line with GDPR)