***FREE Taster Session ITT: Assessment for Learning Strategies in Science RB298 / C96
This session will look at the role of feedback in supporting students make progress, and the strategies used by teachers to help students reflect on their own learning. Examples will be given of strategies that have proved to be very successful with high ability learners in helping them become highly skilled, independent learners. Also the session will look at the different techniques that can be used to support lower ability learners in encouraging them to articulate their feedback and respond to it. Strategies to teach investigative science through student led learning will be discussed and the role of the teacher in using CASE style questioning to get students to think and evaluate their scientific skills.
Delivered using Adobe Connect, why not join this session – meet others in a similar position and take-away some great ideas.
You will gain:-
- a knowledge of the role of feedback in helping students to understand what they need to do to make progress
- An understanding of how to support students to become more confident in responding to their feedback and so making progress
- support materials and resources to assist higher ability and lower ability learners become more independent learners
- an knowledge of strategies that can be used in the classroom to make the learning more student led with students being more active and engaged in their learning
|***FREE Taster Session ITT: Assessment for Learning Strategies in Science||20 November 2020||14:30-15:30|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity feeFree|
|State-funded school or college||Activity feeFree|
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