Identify effective teaching strategies for girls and factors that can limit girls reaching their full potential
Explore the themes of confidence, communication, collaboration and gender in the context of the classroom and the impact this has on the workplace
Evaluate strategies that can help girls build confidence and respond positively to learning challenges
Reflect on, analyse and understand the implications of the course for your own practice
A lot of thought has been put into helping boys in the classroom, but we must not assume that teaching girls is easy. How can we help girls succeed in school and beyond? Find out with this course from the Girls’ Day School Trust, the leading group of girls’ schools in the UK.
You will learn practical ways to enhance the quality of learning for girls, examining different aspects of teaching that are ‘girl-friendly’ according to research and experience.
This course aims to start a conversation between teachers about the teaching approaches that best help girls succeed in school and beyond school.
Confidence: building resilience and challenge in learning
Communication: promoting talk for learning
Collaboration: developing partnerships for learning
Consideration: does gender still matter in learning?
This course is designed for anyone with a professional interest in shaping the learning experiences of girls.