The Professional Growth Cycle: Conversations to Enhance Learning for Teachers and Leaders

Auckland

The Professional Growth Cycle: Conversations to Enhance Learning for Teachers and Leaders

Date:  17 March 2021

Venue: Auckland

Facilitator:  Nicky Knight

This programme is suitable for: those who lead professional growth and  support teachers and leaders

Workshop content:

  • Strengthening understanding of the Professional Growth Cycle including the Standards for the Teaching Profession and other Professional Standards
  • Develop a shared understanding of what effective teaching practice looks like
  • Collaborative inquiry – research into practice
  • Observing teaching practice and giving feedback – use of video and other tools to capture and analyse performance
  • Using a coaching approach for growth and development

Cost:

  • $350 + GST per person
  • 3+ registrations from the same school: $310 + GST per person

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What people have said…

“We discuss aspects of what we learnt (at the Training for Primary and Secondary Appraisers workshop) at every leadership meeting! It was the best PD we did all year.”, Glenys Jakicevich, St Francis Xavier Catholic School, Whangarei, 2017

“Recently, I enjoyed the very real privilege of attending a superb workshop conducted by The Education Group on ‘Training for Primary and Secondary Appraisers’. Not only were the presenters, Kerry Mitchell and Nicky Knight, thoroughly knowledgeable in this highly pertinent subject, but conveyed their message in an energetic, clear and thoroughly professional manner. I found it to be be one of the most worthwhile workshops I have attended in my twenty one years as the principal of a large secondary school and commend The Education Group to other educational leaders without reservation.”
Roger Moses, ONZM, Headmaster, Wellington College, 2015

“Thank you so much for a relevant two day course!!”

“Facilitators very clear, well prepared, willing and knowledgeable”.

Left feeling knowledgeable, inspired and enthused”.