Courses tailored to your needs
Elevate your school’s potential through our bespoke training designed for teachers, leaders, and associate staff in international or internationally minded schools. Whether face-to-face or online, our dynamic workshops, led by expert facilitators go beyond the ordinary. Every bespoke piece of work begins with a conversation to understand your context. With a commitment to building strong relationships, we deliver customized training solutions, not silver bullets. Our partnership for growth approach enables us to listen so that we can design and deliver training that meets the unique needs of your school, group or organisation.
At ECIS, bespoke training is our biggest growth area and this academic year, we are proud that schools within and beyond our community are working in partnership with us. We work with all stakeholder groups and focus on DEIJ, governance, leadership at all levels, learning and teaching, and school operations.
To find out more about our bespoke training offer, contact email@example.com for a consultation meeting.
The sessions are versatile and agile and can be delivered to any group size. Each workshop is for 90 minutes.
You can also download our Courses Guide for further details.
We know that getting behaviour management right can make a real difference to the learning and lives of all students. When behaviour is poor, learning rarely happens. This session provides a practical toolkit of strategies for brilliant behaviour management in the classroom.
Cognitive Science tells us that learning is a change to the long term memory. Retrieval practice is a key strategy for moving information from the working memory to the long term memory. This session brings retrieval practice to life by sharing lots of practical ways to help students to know more and remember more.
Active learning is about making the brain active and getting learners to think hard. This session explores how teachers can embed active learning approaches into their everyday practice so that learning is optimised.
In order to achieve success, learners need to know what excellence looks like-whether that be an excellent serve in tennis or an excellent story in their language class. Modelling is a brilliant way to achieve this. This session explores what great modelling looks like and how teachers can model for maximum impact.
Assessment for learning is a cornerstone of effective practice in teaching. It enables learners to know where they are now, where they want to be and how to get there. This session provides a clear overview of what assessment for learning is and how to make it work in the classroom.
The ancient Greek philosopher, Socrates said ‘I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.’ As teachers, our role is to promote, consolidate and extend thinking with learners. In this session, we will share a range of key strategies and approaches to promote great thinking.
Greatness is the cumulative effect of small steps. Scaffolding is an important strategy that breaks down tasks and provides support for learners to become more independent. In this session, we will explore how teachers can start small using scaffolding to enable learners to take big strides in their learning.
Research indicates that the impact of effective feedback on learning is high. When it is done well, it supports students to take the next steps in their learning with confidence. This session explores why feedback matters and how teachers can give effective feedback at a whole class and individual
Metacognition or thinking about thinking helps students to have a game plan for their learning and see learning as a process. It helps them to understand themselves as learners and know what to do about their learning. In this session, we unpack what metacognition is and how teachers can use it to drive student learning.