Webinar 9 - Pilot - Critically reflecting on your practice: What changes have you made?
This webinar is a pilot and is therefore free to attend. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Ideally participants will have attended one or more of the webinars from the maths and English in apprenticeships webinar series.
Who is this for?
Teachers, trainers, assessors, mentors and coaches with responsibilities for facilitating apprentices' maths and English development.
Curriculum managers responsible for relevant vocational areas and for embedded maths and English.
This webinar will provide opportunities for you to share your practice with peers, learn from your peers and critically reflect on the changes you have made to your practice and the impact these have had on your delivery and learners' outcomes.
You will have the knowledge and confidence to:
- critically reflect on one area of your practice in relation to developing maths and English with learners/staff with peers
- use the Professional Standards to support your reflections
- listen to peers' perspectives on one question you want to explore further that will impact your practice in relation to maths/ English in apprenticeships
- commit to deliberately making one change to your practice
90 minutes (virtual room will be open 30 minutes before the webinar starts so you can test your kit)
- a software download is required which you can download in advance or on the day from this link https://zoom.us/download. We will open the room 30 minutes before we start so you can test your equipment.
- a good internet connection
- a set of headphones, in-earphones (like you would use for a mobile phone or tablet), or a mic-phones headset.
- a webcam although not essential is very helpful.
You should be teaching or supporting maths and/or English skills development, and ideally have attended one of the eight webinars in this maths and English in Apprenticeships webinar series.
You will need to commit to some pre-work to get the best from this webinar. This will need to be undertaken at least a week prior to the webinar taking place.