31 Jul 2020

General news

IAPS iLearning has been considerably enlarged, with more resources specifically targeted at staff working with children aged 2–13

We are delighted to report that IAPS iLearning has been considerably enlarged, with more resources specifically targeted at staff working with children aged 2–13. Recent months have reinforced the value of remote support for staff, and purchasing IAPS iLearning licences for the new academic year will bring a range of advantages. As well as new mobile learning courses, schools can benefit from a fully integrated digital credential system and the popular Teaching Assistant Development Programme.

  • Total number of active users: 5000+
  • Number of courses completed: 40,000+ (with a digital credential awarded for each course)

Coming soon from IAPS iLearning: the Early Career Teacher development programme

In this programme, each teacher completes a simple online self-evaluation which analyses their professional development needs. Based on their responses, Anspear provide an individually tailored report suggesting a programme of courses from the IAPS iLearning CPD library. There is also a compiled report for the school which gives a wider view of perceived areas of need that would benefit from additional support.

For more information about this programme, contact Jacquie Cox at j.cox@anspear.com.

New publications

IAPS iLearning offers over 90 development courses supporting the professional development of all school staff. The courses to be added soon include:

  • Compassionate TA
  • Guide to grammar
  • Lesson design
  • Maths support
  • Primary PE
  • Primary maths
  • Reading and phonics
  • Resilience in children
  • Role of the key person (EYFS)
  • Supporting numeracy: TAs
  • Teaching creative writing
  • Teaching poetry
  • Teaching Shakespeare
  • Trauma and ACEs
  • Understanding Dyslexia

Click here to view all of the available courses.

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  • Professional development

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