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T-Insight Level Two (Secondary)

Consolidate teacher knowledge, build reflective practice and develop self-efficacy 

During this course teachers will develop a range of attributes identified as important for teaching in secondary education, regardless of their subject specialism. Teachers will engage with real-life scenarios and receive real-time, tailored feedback and suggestions for better practice from more experienced teachers.

Consolidates knowledge and builds reflective practice

T-Insight for beginning teachers (secondary) consolidates teachers’ knowledge and builds reflective practice. Participants respond to a range of video- and text-based scenarios centred around secondary education, within a variety of subject contexts, all in a low-risk environment. Teachers can access each module and then try out some new strategies in their classrooms or perhaps discuss ideas with their colleagues before continuing with the course.

5 scenarios per module

Each module includes five scenarios where teachers view the scenario, then rate the appropriateness of three possible responses and write a brief rationale for each. Next, they find out how experienced teachers rated each response and most importantly why.

The feedback report at the end of each module will show teachers their overall alignment with expert teachers and includes resources, readings and ideas for practice.

Why should you choose this course?

By providing real-time feedback from expert teachers, new teachers learn in a supportive and collaborative online environment and are then able to embed these principles into their own classrooms. T-Insight courses provide organisations with rich data to nurture new teachers and identify those who may need additional support.

What modules are included?

Module One: Behaviour Management: learn to not take things personally, strategies to put students at ease, understanding bullying, knowing how and when to intervene with aggressive behaviour,  safeguarding in schools, dealing with homophobic behaviour and language.

Module Two: Adapting Teaching: responding to students, understanding difference, pupil voice, feedback mechanisms in schools, using praise effectively, school rewards policy, teaching students with special educational needs, time management, teaching remotely.

Module Three: Assessment and Reporting: observations of teaching, what does good marking look like? approaching deadlines, feedback as an influencer of learning and achievement, using observations of learning, supporting students with their learning. 

Module Four: Working with Parents and Colleagues: school policies for staff absences, agreed schemes of work,   developing positive relationships with colleagues. working with parents’ to support learning, parents’ evenings.

Once participants complete the whole course, they will be able to download a comprehensive report as well as a certificate of completion.

 

 

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Who is this course suitable for?

  • Beginning teachers
  • QTS (assessment only) candidates
  • Qualified teachers from overseas looking to apply for a teaching position in a UK school

 

 

 

 

This immersive course is ideal for teachers who have ideally completed T-Insight Level One.

What teaching attributes are developed?

Mindset

Mindset

Communication

Communication

Judgement

Judgement

Organisation

Organisation

Resilience

Resilience

Emotional Management

Emotion Management

Empathy

Empathy

Conscientiousness

Conscientiousness

Adaptability

Adaptability

Planning

Planning

Here is an example scenario:

Scenario: You have a good relationship with all of the pupils in your class, except for Janine. Janine often avoids eye contact, ignores you, and provides one-word answers. One morning, when observing a class of one of your colleagues, Mr Elliot, you notice that Janine does not display the same behaviour with Mr Elliot as she does with you.

Possible Response: Encourage Janine to contribute to class discussions by regularly asking her questions

Expert feedback:

It is certainly worth trying to engage Janine by asking her questions and encouraging her to participate. You could then find the opportunity to praise her and build up her confidence in your lesson.

You would need to make sure, however, that Janine did not feel as though you were picking on her. This would only serve to make her feel even more uncomfortable around you.

Frequently Asked Questions

T-Insight courses have been developed in a coherent way to support the continuous professional development of teachers. Level One courses have been designed to suit pre-service teachers, with level two courses building on this and developing in complexity. Content has been carefully linked to developing teaching behaviours.

T-Insight courses support new teachers as they begin and continue their professional journey. It is cost-effective and research-proven to increase teaching confidence and reflective practice. T-Insight can also identify teachers who may need additional support. Modules can be completed at any time, anywhere in the world and have been tested with more than 10000 participants in the UK and Australia.

Courses develop non-academic competencies that are relevant for all teachers such as empathy & communication, resilience & adaptability and emotion management. The focus may vary across courses depending on the mix of scenarios presented.

Equally, T-Insight supports the acquisition of key teaching behaviours through engagement with authentic scenarios around core topics such as managing behaviour and adaptive teaching.

All of the classroom scenarios included in our products are developed through close partnerships with experienced teachers and educators working in the profession. The scenarios depict classroom situations that teachers have experienced or observed during their careers. As the scenarios are based on real classroom events, participants have the opportunity to critically reflect on how they might respond to a range of challenging situations they may encounter in their own classrooms in a low-risk and supportive environment. Scenarios are designed to be realistic, depicting situations that may happen within a classroom and providing responses that a person may reasonably be expected to do.

Hosting seminars in conjunction with the T-Insight courses is completely optional and depends on your requirements and preferences. However, guided group discussions can be a great way to encourage your students and/or staff to discuss the classroom scenarios and related educational concepts and issues in more depth. We offer resources and seminar guides that you can use to facilitate seminars following each T-Insight session that are designed to a) stimulate discussion amongst participants, b) enable participants to share multiple perspectives of teaching & learning, and c) further build participants’ teaching confidence and classroom readiness.

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T-Insight courses are available on a license basis. The cost is on a per user basis and discounts are available for bulk purchases. Please get in touch with us to discuss your programme needs.