What every teacher needs to know about memory, practice and revision for Knowledge-exams
Making English the beating heart of your school and inspiring students with the wondrous possibilities of the English curriculum
The practical guide to developing questioning skills, effective feedback, student independence and ensuring greater challenge
Providing successful strategies for engaging with the more able rather than simply Identifying them
Developing a curious classroom through problem solving and investigation
The lessons that have that ‘X Factor’ are ones in which the students are not passive classroom passengers but are active learners, motivated to work independently or collaboratively and extend themselves as far as they can. This course shows you how this can be achieved.
The definitive, easy-to-apply guide to outstanding teaching and learning
Do you want to find out what the most effective TA’s really do? Do you want to enhance your approaches to supporting pupils with Literacy and Numeracy issues? Do you want to attend a course full of realistic and practical ideas to help you do this?
PE is the perfect subject area in which to use iPads and mobile technology. They can be used highly effectively to assess students’ performance with video records, to allow tactics and rules to be discussed and to demonstrate techniques, thus saving hours as students can view these techniques online as part of flipped lessons. Learn how to best utilise these devices even if you only have one iPad per department. The iPad’s ability to quickly record, manipulate and share information makes it an invaluable tool. The course will demonstrate how the iPad has a genuine place at the heart of PE teaching and will be delivered by one of the UK’s leaders in the educational use of iPads. NOTE: All delegates MUST bring a fully charged iPad with them, as well as the downloaded apps specified. A list of required apps will be sent one week prior to the running of the course.
What does it all mean in terms of day-to-day teaching in real classrooms?
Let us close the photocopier, Reengage with the art of teaching and Reignite the love of science
This course will provide teaching and learning ideas that will motivate learners in the maths classroom, and help teachers to recognise the continuity of the maths curriculum as pupils move through key stages.
What Every Senior Leader Needs to Know About Improving Quality and Outcomes in the EYFS
How to improve outcomes in writing by teaching children the way they learn best
Some kids do all the talking, others rarely speak, and the inequality gets wider and wider. Close the oracy gap with these practical, fun strategies to get everyone talking.
Attendance on this course will give you the opportunity to explore the structure of SPaG within the Framework for English. It will help to clarify the progression of learning and teaching from FS to Y6 and will enable you to plan for progression and continuity across the age phases. There will also be an opportunity to brush up on your own SPaG skills if you wish to.
The use of iPads in education is a revolution that's only just begun. One of the most exciting prospects for schools that have bought iPads is filmmaking, because now pupils can shoot, edit and upload with a single device. Not wishing to overdo it, but as a step in the progress of information technology this is as significant as the Guttenburg press or the invention of television!
This course by leading Literacy Consultant Tim Dawson shows you how to encourage your pupils to become Grammar Slammers ahead of the new 2014 National Curriculum requirements. Tim has designed this course to help you negotiate the requirements of the new curriculum.
This course by Literacy Consultant Tim Dawson shows you how to underpin and reinforce your students’ use, knowledge and understanding of English Grammar as outlined in the 2014 National Curriculum. Tim has designed this course to help you negotiate the requirements of the new curriculum for Key Stages 3 and 4 in the light of the expectations for Key Stage 2.
How to improve assessment practices in the classroom without adding to your bureaucratic burden.
Filmmaking is not only fun, creative and rewarding, it's also a great way to explore and learn. With inexpensive cameras and software available in most schools, you're never too young or too old to start your career as a filmmaker.
Powerful strategies to boost performance in the key stage 2 reading SAT.
Developing independent resilient learners and teachers in your school.
Getting children hooked back into learning