This incredible teacher INSET focuses on accelerated learning techniques for use in the classroom.
The format of the day allows teaching staff to explore different approaches to teaching and learning and creates opportunities to share best practice and to experiment with new techniques.
The content of this course allows teaching staff to workshop different aspects of the curriculum and share ideas about new and exciting approaches that will engage every student they teach. An excellent way to inspire staff and keep them motivated any time during the school year.
Experience an exciting and innovative Accelerated Learning programme already delivered to thousands of teachers in schools across the United Kingdom. A practical and easy to access introduction to Accelerated learning suitable for those new to the concepts and those wanting to brush up on existing knowledge.
A live demonstration of Accelerated Learning principles and techniques.
A multisensory learning experience.
Understanding the brain and its learning rhythms.
Introduction to multisensory learning including, tendencies, physiology, language patterns and approaches.
Application of multisensory learning in the classroom.
A practical and easy to use Accelerated Learning Model.
An introduction to Mind Mapping.
Use of music as an aid to teaching.
A stimulating, interactive and fun learning experience.
A supportive and nurturing but challenging learning environment.
To raise the level of awareness of Accelerated Learning in educational professionals.
To demonstrate easy to use Accelerated Learning principles and techniques in action.
To create a powerful positive learning experience for staff.
To increase teacher confidence and belief in Accelerated Learning.
To explore the practical application of Accelerated Learning principles in the classroom.
To stimulate the further adoption of Accelerated Learning principles in the classroom.
Tried and tested programme delivered to thousands of teachers across the UK.
Audience, group, partnered and individual participation.
Raised staff awareness of individual learning styles and preferences.
Strategies that can be used for SATs preparation.
Additional skills and knowledge ready to be applied in the classroom.
Well organised and executed. Kim was an excellent presenter who left us with many ideas for improving learning outcomes. Staff were very positive about the day. I would highly recommend this training to other schools.
As always, Shenaz was fantastic. The INSETT session for staff was extremely well received - a great way to start the year, motivate staff and get them really thinking of practical ways we can adapt teaching and learning to raise boys achievement. Staff feedback from this session was entirely positive. The student workshops for KS4 & KS5 were equally well received with all students gaining a great deal from the experience. - Thank you very much.
Can I just say how we all enjoyed our Positively Mad experience. It was booked with the hope that we would get an external provider who would inspire our staff to focus on their teacher craft, rather than have a day looking at things like planning and assessment. The course was very interesting, especially learning about the different sides of the brain and the need to review learning regularly (something we probably know but forget to do or run out of time.) Comments of the day; ‘I thought the Inset was very good, I liked that we had a go at all the things Natalie was suggesting and she gave us time to talk through the ideas.’ ‘I thought it was great. It was delivered in such a way that you couldn't not share Natlaie’s enthusiasm. I taught the Maths lesson we planned (area and perimeter) to my 'too cool for school' set and they loved it and asked to sing the song again today! I also thought it was great to do a course that didn't leave me feeling like I had much more work to do but it gave me so many ideas that I could just pick up and run with. Super! :)’ ‘I thought it was excellent- engaging, relevant and gave me new ideas I'd not considered before. I'm already using more breaks and am planning to use memory stacks to learn parts of a plant in Science next week!’ Thank you Siobhan McGann Deputy Head of Connaught Junior School