SigmaEd - 27th June, 2019
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1Charlie McCarthy and Diane TayelTrivium in PracticeWhat we learnt from reading 'Trivium in Practice' by Martin Robinson and others. Explore the questions raised in the book about curriculum, teaching and learning. Take away a summary of 45 ideas to try from the book.Classroom
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1Sarah Cross + Book ClubHow to ExplainWhat we learnt from 'How to explain absolutley anything, to absolutely anyone'. Session based on sharing three key strategies key to support direct instruction Classroom
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1Peta SmithChallenge for All
It's all in the process. Helping students who say 'I don't know where to start' when presented with an exam question.
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1Clare MulhernChallenge for AllClosing the vocabulary gap: tier 2 and 3 vocabulary.Classroom
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1Kat JonesChallenge for AllMaking learning 'sticky': supporting lower ability students with memory strategiesClassroom
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1Gareth Howard"Down with Gimmicks!"Learning theory and classroom approaches supported by research evidence and common sense.Classroom
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Ashleigh Pool (Monkwick Junior) & Poppy Locksmith (Monkwick Infants)
Book-based EnglishLinking all areas of primary English to high-quality textsClassroomProjector needed please. Ideally access to a laptop.
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1Tom ChapmanExercise the Brain and LearningAn insight into the effects of exercise on the brain and its impact on learningClassroomProjector & speakers
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1Rebecca HockridgeKnowledge OrganisersAn introduction to using knoweldge organisers and low stakes testing for all key stages Classroom
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2Fiona Cook + Book clubMaking Good ProgressWhat we learnt from reading 'Making Good Progress' by Daisy Christoloudou. Classroom
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2Sarah Davies-Llewellyn and Rachel WiffenResponsive Teaching in Practice What we learnt from reading ' Responsive Teaching' by Harry Fletcher- Wood. Session based on three key questions: 1. How can we plan a unit, when we want students to learn so much, and have so little time? 2. How can we plan a lesson, when we want stidents to learn so much and have so little time? 3. How can we show students what success looks like? ClassroomProjector please
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2Claire OakmanChallenge for AllClassroom
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2Dan BrownChallenge for AllThe use of deliberate practice for extended writingClassroom
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2Alan BerzollaChallenge for AllClassroom
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2Amy Nundy Top Teaching TipsQuick wins for within the classroom across a range of teaching elements- AfL, BfL, differentiation and progress checking ClassroomProjector needed please
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2Ann BryantEmotional well-being and mental healthWhat we have been doing at TLA to support the emotional well-being and mental health of students, how we have been supporting staff to deal with concerns and what structures we have put in place.Classroom
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2Laura ReynoldsMaking the learning stickLooking at Lag-learning and Retrieval strategies to support development of student knowledge retention.Classroom
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3Katie RuffellChallenge for AllThe Practice Contiuum - from dependence to autonomy, a case study.Classroom
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3Ben ElliotChallenge for AllClassroom
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3Pippa NewbouldChallenge for AllClassroom
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3Carina HalesChallenge for AllClassroom
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3Cheryl CongramMetacognition and Self Regulated Learning: The Impact of CPDSummary findings of a case study exploring the impact and effectiveness of CPD training delivered to staff based on the EEF's guidelines.Classroom
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3Rebecca Rees Zones of Regulation (SEMH)How to help students use the emotional regulation scale to identify and manage their emotional states. Classroom
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3Sarah ParkerEngaging students with ASDSharing findings from a year's case study and training. How ASD training and Send Champion role has improved students well-being and outcomes. Classroom/ white board. Projector needed please. Ideally access to a laptop.
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3J BurrowsLLD and BFLAn overview into the outcomes of the BfL research group at PM and how we looked at addressing LLD in the classroom - whole school apporachClassroomH31 - Projector and Speakers
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NETT - Sarah AlixRange of research projectsOn arrival, please take the time to visit our NETT trainees and their research project displays in the entrance foyer.FoyerDisplay boards
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