“An Incredible Session”
This was the first time I participated in one of Prospero’s CPD for teachers events but it certainly won’t be my last!
I highly recommend going to any of the sessions – Prospero Teaching really understands the needs of their teachers and will provide you with strategies for any aspect of your teaching practice that could do with a boost.
I am a trainee teacher and I attend regular CPD for teachers training – I can safely say Prospero Teaching’s Differentiation for Secondary Students was one of the best I have been involved in. I attended the session on my own and met lots of new people. The opportunity for networking enhanced my experience of the day, and there was lots of opportunity for collaborative work where I heard from other teachers about their experiences and the differentiation strategies they have built into their routines.
We covered some theory, discussed differentiation tactics and strategies with other professionals at very different stages in their careers, before finally considering how to apply everything we had learnt to a lesson we would teach the next week.
Lily, who ran the session, was fantastically engaging! We can easily use the activities she modelled during the session with our own students. By the end of the session I was absolutely buzzing to get back into my school on Monday and use the beautifully simple differentiation strategies I had developed.
By NQT Sam
The best teachers keep their teaching theory and skills up-to-date which is why Prospero Teaching works with specialists in their fields to provide accredited CPD for our teachers throughout the year. You can see the range of training for teachers we provide and when they take place on our CPD Events Calendar.
But remember, Prospero Teaching doesn’t just offer great CPD for teachers, we also have an enormous range of UK teaching jobs which you can look through in our job search.
Did you attend this Differentiation CPD event? If so, do you have anything you’d like to add to Sam’s blog? Maybe you picked up some Differentiation top tips that you’ve since put in to practice and would like to share here? Or is there an area of CPD for teachers we haven’t yet covered? If that’s the case, please do let us know – the training’s for you after all 🙂