Higher Level Thinking Across the Curriculum
The intent of any curriculum is to develop knowledge and skills to support pupils to have a deep understanding of the area of a study. This course will develop practitioners’ abilities to inject higher level thinking skills into lessons for all learners.
Through a series of carefully crafted practical activities, delegates will explore how higher level thinking skills can be developed. Starting with ‘Fisher’s Four Levels of Learning’ model, delegates will learn how to embed higher order thinking skills across the curriculum, so that learners can engage deeply with ambitious content and are well equipped to be able to build on it in future.
Teachers will leave:
- Having improved questioning techniques to probe and support learning.
- Clear about a range of techniques they can put into practice in their next lesson.
With a framework to support school based discussion on the use of questioning to promote deeper understanding.
Previous delegates said:
“Very informative course that has given me a range of useful tips and resources to help improve my questioning skills.”
“A wonderful day. Well presented and delivered. Organised, engaging and enjoyable. Very useful.”
- DATE: 18/12/2020
- time:9.15 to 3.30
- VENUE:Albert Bradbeer Primary Academy
Thank you for trying to book this course. Currently this programme is sold out. Please email your request to Education-Central.org.uk and we will see how we can help you. We often schedule additional events and also hold a waiting list in case places become available.