PDG Exchange: Supporting learners to work collaboratively on maths/English - Using Google Docs, Mote and Jamboard (Code: C1078)
Join our series of maths/English Midlands PDG Exchanges. Exchanges provide safe, practical spaces to unpack current teaching and learning theory - bringing 'big ideas' alive via a range of online tools. We've designed sessions so you can test your ideas and applications in a safe space with peers.
Who is this for?
- Maths, English and ESOL Teachers (all levels)
- Learning Support Staff
- Vocational/ technical teachers embedding maths, English and digital literacies
- Trainers/ assessors
PDG Exchanges are a series of online short events designed by practitioners for practitioners on a range of current teaching, learning and assessment (TLA) topics. Each session unpacks a 'big' evidence-informed idea, models an online tool which can help bring the idea alive for learners, and provides a safe solo/peer space for participants to test the tool and their thinking.
Sessions in this series are:
- PDG Exchange - Developing learners' oracy via video - Using Flipgrid
- PDG Exchange - Developing learners' retrieval practices through low-stakes formative assessment in maths/English - Using Quizlet
PDG Exchange - Supporting all learners to work collaboratively on maths/English - Using Google docs, Mote & Jamboard
You will have the knowledge and confidence to
- Unpack key ideas underpinning the importance of collaborative working for all learners, with a lens on developing maths/English abilities
- Explore how Google Docs, Mote and Jamboard can provide ways of supporting learner to work collaboratively in a way that empowers and engages each and every learner
- Use Google Docs, Mote and Jamboard to plan learning activities for a group of learners