Improving Attitudes to Learning in Disaffected Students – Call 020 8368 5832 to run this INSET in your School

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Start: 9.30

Session 1: Disengagement. A detailed analysis of the factors leading to disengagement – family, school, peer group and the individual themselves.

Session 2: The Disaffected Student. Practical ways to engage students, to encourage them to invest in learning and helping them to arrive at solutions through monitoring and evaluation of progress.

Session 3: The Involvement of Different Stakeholders. Who is involved in the effective action planning with disaffected students? Positive role models, parents, class teachers and mentors. Planning for the future.

Finish: 15.30

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This CPD training course on improving attitudes to learning in disaffected students is ideally suited for all educational professionals.Whilst there are differences in cognitive ability between students, the single most important factor in educational outcomes is probably a student's attitude to learning. This day of CPD is all about providing you with a range of practical strategies to foster better behaviour for learning in disaffected students and to help you better challenge and remedy student disafection. This day of CPD can also be run as an INSET in your school.

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