The Osiris Build Back Better series is a brand new set of courses specifically designed to help you and your colleagues bounce back from the Coronavirus pandemic.
Packed with practical ideas and robust guidance from leading experts, the series is built around 4 main areas of focus:
- Leading through Uncertainty
- Galvanising Bounce Back
- Supporting the Vulnerable
- Teaching and Learning
Each course consists of three, 60-75 minute sessions. If you can’t attend all three dates of the course, don’t worry. Every session is recorded and will be made available to you.
Click on the courses below to find out more information:
Leading through Uncertainty
Supporting Vulnerable Learners
Galvanising Bounce Back
Teaching and Learning
Professor Andy Hargreaves – Social Mobility
1st July, 3pm
Andy Hargreaves, one of the UK’s foremost professors and international experts, is joining Stephen Cox to talk about the key issues holding back Social Mobility. They will take a look at some of the key themes and ideas of Andy’s new book: A Memoir of Education and Social Mobility.
Michael Fullan – Change Yourself, Change the System
9th July, 3pm
With 1.6bn pupils missing traditional schools, this has been the largest worldwide education experiment ever run. Whilst some have survived, others have thrived. In this webinar, Professor Michael Fullan will unpick the response and discuss learning and major lessons for schools and system leaders.
Andy Griffith – Triaging: Re-engaging Returning Learners
15th July, 4pm
Osiris veteran and co-creator of the Outstanding Teaching Intervention, Andy will be joining Stephen to explore engagement in education during Coronavirus. One third of learners are struggling with disengagement and one third are not challenged enough. Here we unpick solutions to the re-engagement of returning learners, so no one gets left behind.
Professor John Hattie – Build Back Better
The first webinar in the Build Back Better series was Professor John Hattie, of Visible Learning fame, being interviewed by Stephen Cox, CEO of Osiris. Please watch and share with your colleagues.