Date(s) - 06/12/2023
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
If formative assessment is embedded into our daily practice, it can transform learning for our pupils.
During this session we will explore Dylan Wiliam’s five key aspects of formative assessment, sharing practical strategies you could use immediately in the classroom. We focus on clarifying learning intentions and success criteria, and share ways to elicit what pupils already know and can do. A range of strategies for giving feedback from the teacher and peers are explored and we consider how we can activate peers and learners in ‘owning’ their learning.
Please have a few pupils’ books (science, history or geography) available so you can carry out a brief activity. You will not be expected to share them with other participants.
This session is suitable for Teachers, ECTs and Teaching Assistants
The course will run via Zoom with opportunities for practical activities and breakout discussions.
Faye Heming is an experienced education consultant and trainer in the primary sector, supporting schools, partnerships, and trusts across the country in school improvement, change management and staff development. She is passionate about training and has written and delivered many training courses for educators. This includes primary ITT students training through the Cotswold Teacher Training Partnership, teachers, teaching assistants, and middle and senior leaders. All her courses are practical, comprehensive, and based on educational research and practice.
Faye has over twenty-eight years’ experience in education in a variety of roles including teacher, subject leader, SENCO, headteacher, governor and external consultant for primary schools nationwide. She is a professional affiliate of the Chartered College of Teaching. She currently works alongside the Cornwall Association of Primary Headteachers, Somerset Association of Primary Headteachers, Steel River Academy Trust and North Cotswold Headteachers’ Partnership. She is a lead facilitator of the Early Career Framework for the Balcarras and Odyssey Teaching School Hubs.
Accessing the online event
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Participation in online events
In all cases, at the beginning of the session to confirm your identity please ensure that your camera is on, your username matches the name you registered with and that you register in ‘chat’ with your first name, second name and organisation. This is for security and registration purposes and we may remove, without refunds, participants who have not confirmed their identity as described above.
Our online events aim to be interactive and at times you may be expected to have your camera and microphone on during the session, although usually your microphone should be muted.
We may use ‘Raised Hands’, ‘Reactions’, ‘Chat’, ‘Polls’, shared whiteboards and shared screens during the session. We may also use ‘Breakout Rooms’ to allow you to work in a smaller group.
This event will not be recorded for copyright and privacy reasons.
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No refunds will be given with less than 30 days notice.
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