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31/01/2020 @ Online - Maximising the effectiveness of support staff (webinar)
Research evidence indicates there can be a positive impact on learner attainment when a range of support staff work in structured settings, implementing targeted interventions using brief, regular sessions maintained over time to motivate, support and engage students. These interventions need to be based on detailed assessments to ensure that the right support is provided to the right pupil. This webinar will help you explore these areas.
03/02/2020 @ London - Introduction to Developing Embedded English, Maths and Digital in T Levels
This is a one-day, face-to-face session and is the first step in a four-part programme supporting the teaching of core English, maths and digital (EMD) skills, which are embedded in each T Level route and pathway. The session explores what is meant by developing embedded EMD and the requirements for T Levels. Participants will consider their role and develop action plans to support the development of embedded EMD, before moving on to select from three specialist e-learning modules.
03/02/2020 @ London - Supporting Functional Skills English (West and South)
This course will Introduce you to newly-produced exemplar activities that may be used to develop learners' Functional English abilities. Help you to identify how and why context matters when developing learners' Functional English. Enable you to plan and design differentiated, inclusive Functional English sessions meeting Effective Practice Guidelines for assessment and tracking and help you to support learners to achieve Functional English outcomes.
04/02/2020 @ London - Maximise progress at entry level (maths and English) (West and South)
Entry level courses are essential to motivate and provide learners with a firm foundation to study at higher levels in Functional Skills or progress to GCSE. The practical ideas suggested will be suitable for all exam boards and delegates will gain new and creative ideas on choosing options and developing an innovative curriculum to motivate learners in developing literacy skills further.