Developing sustainable professional learning models using a blended approach
In this webinar, Dr Jim Rogers shares his thoughts and experience on how to make the most of technology alongside expert input in the design and implementation of high-quality, sustainable, professional learning models.
Key messages will include:
• ensuring accessibility
• collaborative models: professional learning communities
• bottom-up, practitioner-led professional learning
• implementation and impact
• critically engaging with research and evidence
This webinar is suitable for SENCOs and Teaching & Learning Leads and will run for 60 minutes.
Speaker - Dr Jim Rogers
Dr Jim Rogers is an education specialist and leads his own educational consultancy. Dr Rogers works regionally in the south west for the Teaching Schools Council and is currently leading on a number of initiatives supporting leadership development and school improvement across the region. Dr Rogers is an advocate of research and evidence-informed practice, inclusive practice and also of collaboration, to ensure long-term, sustainable professional and system development. Dr Rogers is a Founding Fellow of the Chartered College of Teaching, and a facilitator for Education Development Trust. Previous roles include Director of Professional Development for the White Horse Federation, Director of Plymouth Teaching School Alliance and Teaching and Educational Research Fellow at the University of Exeter, following a career teaching in secondary schools.
12-11-2020 4:00 pm