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Challenge from the outset: early careers workshop
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Challenge from the outset: early careers workshop

One-day course for newly or recently qualified secondary teachers


Date: 23 January 2020

Location: London

Aimed at newly or recently qualified secondary teachers, this one-day course explores key pedagogical principles that underpin high-quality teaching and learning. The day will provide attendees with a range of practical strategies to set and maintain high expectations, to promote good progress within and beyond the classroom, and to adapt teaching to meet the needs of all learners.

Following the course, delegates will have the opportunity to discuss, share and ask further questions via an online webinar.

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Led by NACE Associate Tracy Goodyear, this new one-day course is designed to help recently qualified secondary teachers hit the ground running when it comes to provision for the most able. A range of practical strategies will be explored, focusing on high-quality, challenging and enriching provision for more able learners within the context of challenge for all.

This workshop is aimed at:

  • Newly qualified secondary teachers
  • Recently qualified secondary teachers

Details coming soon.

Workshop leaders

Tracy Goodyear
, NACE Associate

Head of English at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls, specialist in provision for more able, Fellow of and Assessor for the Chartered College of Teaching.

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