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Induction Day for Newly Appointed Master Teachers - Manchester Wednesday May 23, 2018 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM
Hosted by: University of Manchester
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On behalf of Computing At School

Induction Day for Newly Appointed Master Teachers

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Computing At School

University of Manchester

Wedesday 23rd May 2018 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM (arrival from 9:30AM)

CAS Master Teachers: What does it mean to be a CAS Master Teacher? How confident are you at planning and delivering useful sessions which support and extend your colleagues?

This combined training and induction day is an essential first step for all new CAS Master Teachers.  We will cover what it means to be a CAS Master Teacher, the ethos and expectations plus the support you will get from your CAS Regional Centre.  We will also focus on leading and delivering effective CPD.  Effective professional development raises the knowledge and skills base of a college, school or department while providing you with the confidence to inspire and enthuse other colleagues.  This course will improve your confidence and capability in the CAS Master Teacher role.



Arrival, Refreshments


Welcome, Introductions and Expectations


CAS, NoE and Master Teachers


GROUPS: "What makes a 'great' MT?"


The CAS Ecosystem


Practicalities of being a CAS Master Teacher






Effective CPD


How CAS can help you (resources)



Light refreshments available

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