Date: Friday 10 July 2020
The focus of Session 10 will be reviewing the previous ‘Insights’ sessions, colleagues who have presented previously will facilitate discussion in breakout rooms.
When you enter the ‘zoom meeting’ you will be asked which of the following you would like to join before the break out rooms open.
Please ‘rename’ yourself with the Group number. We will share how to do this at the beginning of the session.
Group 1: Brian Rock: How to offer stretch and challenge during moments of transition.
Group 2: Alice Ward-Gow: “Multiple Choice Questions and Misconceptions” including:
Group 3: Martin Bell and Gemma Day: Facilitated discussion on the following 2 questions – What might/does metacognition and retrieval practice look like in your classroom? What doesn’t work/what are the pitfalls?
Group 4: Rebecca Lowman: Facilitating conversation about Pupil Premium following on from Marc’s session last week. In particular, how can we ‘lose the label’ when working with students in receipt of the Pupil Premium Grant?
Group 5: Di Pickering: Facilitated discussion re Online Learning/Google classroom
If you are able to, do watch the previous webinars (focusing on the group you’d like to join) to make the best use of the time on Friday. You can access all of the past Insight sessions here.
How to access the webinar:
If you would like to join this session, please contact Sarah Clarke by email email@example.com.
Sarah will then send you the link and password for access to our ZoomRoom.
Hope Learning Trust webinars are an informal opportunity to:
We always looking for colleagues to lead future sessions and share best practice. If you’d like to find out more, please contact Sarah via firstname.lastname@example.org
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