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How to use evidence to support disadvantaged students: Metacognition and Self-reflection – Webinar
The EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit identifies meta-cognition as one of the key strategies for closing the achievement gap. But what is meta-cognition? And how can it be introduced to the classroom in a meaningful and beneficial way?
How to use evidence to support disadvantaged students: Metacognition and Self-reflection – PowerPoint
This PowerPoint is used by Steve Higgins in his Webinar on Metacognition and Self-reflection
The Sonic Classroom – Webinar
Sound is so powerful for stimulating creativity, yet is hugely underused in schools. In this webinar, Philip Davis shares a range of creative and fresh ideas for using sound in the classroom to inspire creative writing, poetry, art and more.
The Sonic Classroom – PowerPoint
This PowerPoint supports Philip Davis' Webinar: The Sonic Classroom
Lesson Study: Lost in Translation -Webinar
Join Sarah Seleznyov as she explores the key elements of Japanese CPD phenomenon Lesson Study, and considers how it can be adapted to work in the English school setting.
Lesson Study: Lost in Translation – PowerPoint
The PowerPoint supports Sarah Seleznyov's Webinar on Lesson Study.
Creative practicals in the new GCSE science curriculum – Webinar
The role of practical work in the new GCSE science specifications has changed. What will this mean for lessons? How will this impact assessment? In this webinar, Ed Walsh takes a look at the impact of the changes on science lessons as we know them, and gives some practical advice on incorporating enquiry-based work into your curriculum.
Creative practicals in the new GCSE science curriculum – PowerPoint
This PowerPoint supports Ed Walsh's Webinar: Creative practicals in the new GCSE science curriculum.
How to ask questions that stimulate deep thinking – PowerPoint
This PowerPoint supports Peter Worley's Webinar: How to ask questions that stimulate deep thinking.