What Makes an Effective Support Worker in Tackling Maths and English? (Code: C1343)

We look at how to manage support and look at the role of the support worker, grow your own models, and the importance of collaboration with support. We will focus on the "added value" element that support can bring to programmes of study and how invest in this area to support learner development in maths and English . Senior leaders will share recent OFSTED agendas in regard to support workers and will share top tips on how to monitor the input and impact this role has on learning. 

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Online - Feb 2022
Date: 16/02/2022
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Online - July 2022
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Who is this for?

Managers, Lecturers/teachers of English and Maths, Subject specialists, Support workers

Training aim

This webinar focuses on sharing training resources on how to use support workers effectively in the English and maths classrooms. The aim is to improve the collaboration between support workers and teachers to ensure that the maximum impact can be felt by learners. The aim is to ensure that all delegates leave with an action plan for implementation around how to improve practices in this area.

Outcomes

The outcomes of the course aims to:

  • Identify the skills and strategies needed for a support worker to effectively meet learners needs within a maths and English classroom.
  • Share examples of good practice of collaboration between teachers and support staff.
  • Provide evidence-based research and case studies around how to manage support workers effectively including how to measure the input and impact this role has on learning.

Length

2 hours

Contact us

If this course is not currently available at a suitable date/location, please register your interest and we will let you know about new events as they are announced.

If you have any questions, please contact:

T: 0800 0 831 830
E: enquiries@etfoundation.co.uk