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Maths and English digital pedagogies
21/07/2020 @ Online - Maths and English digital pedagogies - Maths and English digital pedagogies (Code: C0752/003)

This course explores a range of digital approaches, e-learning tools and websites for use in teaching Functional Maths and English. It aims to give participants an opportunity to widen their perspectives on how teachers can use digital technology to engage and support learners both in the classroom and in the development of blended learning.

New to ESOL Professional Development
22/07/2020 @ Online - New to ESOL Professional Development - New to ESOL 2020-2021 Planning and Q&A session (Code: C0700/035)

This course aims to support ESOL practitioners working with New to ESOL (sometimes called 'pre-entry') learners. The content covers a broad range of aspects of this work including oracy and literacy teaching, phonics, participatory approaches to learning, literacy and language practices, and making the most of the New to ESOL Resources. Content is negotiated for each individual event. 

Beyond Functional Skills: the actual maths & English learners need in the workplace
22/07/2020 @ Online - Beyond Functional Skills: the actual maths & English learners need in the workplace (Code: C0761/002)

In this webinar we will explore the domain of maths and English - moving away from the syllabus and looking at the complex interplay of numeracy and literacy beyond the exam and in a variety of career paths.

SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support maths and English learners
23/07/2020 @ Online - SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support maths and English learners - SEND and neurodiversity: approaches to support maths and English learners (Code: C0756/004)

This course focuses on practical strategies and reasonable adjustments for supporting learners with SEND on maths and English courses. It builds on the social model of disability in so far as it is the barriers created by attitudes or the physical environment that disable an individual, rather than their impairment or condition.

Supporting ESOL on English courses
23/07/2020 @ Online - Supporting ESOL on English courses - Supporting ESOL on English courses (Code: C0753/003)

This course aims to support teachers of GCSE and Functional Skills English who have ESOL learners in their groups and need to ensure their approaches are inclusive and prepare all learners, including ESOL, to make progress.

New to ESOL Professional Development
23/07/2020 @ Online - New to ESOL Professional Development - New to ESOL 2020-2021 Planning and Q&A session (Code: C0700/036)

This course aims to support ESOL practitioners working with New to ESOL (sometimes called 'pre-entry') learners. The content covers a broad range of aspects of this work including oracy and literacy teaching, phonics, participatory approaches to learning, literacy and language practices, and making the most of the New to ESOL Resources. Content is negotiated for each individual event. 

Creating an effective curriculum for maths and English (webinar)
24/07/2020 @ Online - Creating an effective curriculum for maths and English (webinar) - Online (Code: C0731/003)

Using the time we have to plan for next year. Understanding what makes a great curriculum for maths and English and how this contributes to a successful 'deep dive'.

Drama-based teaching and role play to Improve learning in English
27/07/2020 @ Online - Drama-based teaching and role play to Improve learning in English - Online (Code: C0762/003)

This webinar will explore drama techniques, role play and forum theatre in order to improve outcomes in English language GCSE or Functional Skills.

Supporting wellbeing and mental health in maths and English classes
31/07/2020 @ Online - Supporting wellbeing and mental health in maths and English classes - Online (Code: C0772/003)

This webinar will help teachers develop their confidence in understanding mental health issues faced by some of their students and look at practical ways to support them in a maths or English classroom.

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