Sustained Shared Thinking Fostering

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This course is a guide to understanding sustained shared thinking. The course explains what sustained shared thinking is, where and how it can happen, and how it can be applied to your work with children and young people. The course will explore how creative and critical thinking can be used to solve problems, especially focusing on the idea of provocations, and how they can be used to tackle problems.

The learning objectives are as follows:

  • To understand the meaning of sustained shared thinking
  • To learn how to implement the practice of sustained shared thinking
  • To understand the importance of encouraging sustained shared thinking, as a practitioner
  • To understand that allowing children to do things for themselves allows them to learn and grow more

This course meets the Training, Support, and Development Standards as outlined in The Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011.

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Breakdown of Units

Unit one is your course. Designed using interactions, gamification, videos, reading & reflective practises

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Unit two is an assessment to gauge how much knowledge you have retained. In some course this unit is within the course

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UNIT Three

Unit three is a comprehensive handbook that you can download - based on the course - to support you in the future if you need a recap. In some courses, this unit is within the course

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Unit Four

The learning outcome review is designed to ascertain what the learner has learnt & how the knowledge will be implemented day to day

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