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Making feedback count in the History classroom: Pedagogy, practice and student progress (KS3 and GCSE)

Pete Jackson
Hosted By Pete Jackson


Hosted on Zoom

Date & Time:

2024/10/09 16:00
(ex VAT)*

Can't attend live? You can still book! Take advantage of our anytime, anywhere access - all registered teachers receive the full recording to watch as many times as you want, for up to 6 months.

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Making feedback count in the History classroom: Pedagogy, practice and student progress (KS3 and GCSE)

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How can you provide great feedback and reduce the time you spend marking? Drawing on 20 years’ experience as a History teacher, Pete Jackson is ready to share strategies and resources for improving students’ progress without increasing your workload.

This online workshop is split into two 1.5 hour sessions, seven weeks apart, so you have the chance to try out the approaches that you learn in Session 1 and reflect on the outcomes in Session 2.

It is perfect for NQTs, ECTs and experienced teachers who are looking to develop their practice around feedback.

  • Advance your pedagogical knowledge of what makes effective feedback in the History curriculum, with comprehensive guidance during the sessions, as well as links to further reading and research
  • Focus on how feedback can help students to make progress at Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4
  • Identify strategies that will make your feedback effective and efficient, to reduce the time and burden of marking
  • Return to school with a range of resources, including a booklet of top tips for high-quality, impactful feedback and practical ideas for using whole-class feedback, writing mats and feedback sheets

Booking references:  2221091124 /  2221271124

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