Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants

An Alliance Course
  • Thursday 3 March
NQT's registered with The Wroxham School as an Appropriate Body are eligible for 25% discount
  • Price may be subject to VAT / * 2nd and subsequent delegates reduced price
  • £90 (70*) Alliance member / £130 (110*) Non Alliance member


Wroxham Gardens, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire. EN6 3DJ
The Wroxham School

Who should attend?

All class teachers, Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Teaching Assistants

Led by

Department of Psychology and Human Development, UCL Institute of Education

Course information

Research indicates that meaningful feedback on learning and strategies relating to metacognition are among the best high impact, low-cost approaches teachers can use to boost progress.

What has received less attention, however, is how schools can use TAs to support this valuable work.

In this session, Rob argues the case for an appropriately calibrated role for TAs in relation to providing effective feedback and supporting the development of independent learning skills.

Rob will share the actionable strategies and practical ideas in a new book – The Teaching Assistant’s Guide to Effective Interactions: How to Maximise your Practice – which can help schools grow the valuable types of talk that can have incalculable benefits for improving pupils’ relationship with learning.

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