OneNote has a mass of useful and exciting tools that can be incorporated easily within your everyday teaching. Come and listen to the ways in which you could be utilising OneNote in your classroom. Learn about ink to mathematics, design features, creating pages and organisation, the collaboration with Teams and much more.
Session 1: Five Considerations for Everyone's Wellbeing
This session is the first in a series of three fortnightly webinars focusing on trauma-informed approaches and interventions to support children and young people in school. The webinars will support schools to develop trauma-reducing approaches as we resettle children and young people back into the school environment and will include practical strategies for student and staff wellbeing. The strategies covered will use evidence-based research from psychology and neuroscience and, although often deceptively simple, can be enormously powerful in their impact.
Session 1: Jun 9, 2020 04:00 PM
Session 2: Jun 23, 2020 04:00 PM
Session 3: Jul 7, 2020 04:00 PM
During this short webinar we will be discussing the wider curriculum which is being delivered to the children within our Trust. Exploring the benefits of whole school, and whole key stages in bringing the family together and achieving whilst being at home. We will also be looking into the life of a virtual teacher, focusing on the collaboration of the in Teams, through Trust wide year groups and how they are producing and presenting lessons each day.
Come and meet industry experts and high profile speakers, whose expert perspectives on learning technology are set to shape the future of education. Join us in the classroom and observe the utilisation of Ed-Tech in action. Together we will examine the challenges ahead and query the shape of things to come.
For more information on our speakers and agenda for the day see here.
Come and find out more about video within the virtual classroom. With the endless possibilities, we hope to share with you a range of extremely beneficial programmes which can be easily adopted into your lessons. Flip Grid is an excellent tool to receive pupil feedback and Stream offers a unique ability to allow for ‘catch up’ – recording lessons for the children in your classes.
Teacher Subject Specialism Training (TSST) have successfully set up, in agreement with the DfE, an online TSST course to enable non-specialists to become Secondary Maths teachers. This is the first of its type in the country and is available only in the Southwest of England at present, and is in response to the current circumstances schools are facing.
Its features are:
- This one-off course will comprise 30 hours live online training, and will be available even during school closure periods
- The programme is entirely free and is designed to be delivered when teachers are not teaching – so no cover costs
- Successful applicants will have their TRNs adapted to reflect their new status as Maths teachers
- The course will be delivered by experts such as Teaching For Mastery Specialists or SLEs
- Teachers who successfully complete the course will qualify for a £200 bursary for their school – for each participant
£200 bursary for each participant's school
How can Microsoft Teams keep your organisation working together during a partial opening of schools? How can pupils collaborate in real time with their friends who are at home? How can video calling be used for teaching and learning to reduce teacher workload? This session will answer these questions and more.
Are you looking for a digital, organised approach to assigning and marking your students' work? Are you wondering how to gather some formative assessment data during partial school opening? This session will give some practical suggestions for how to use platforms such as Teams to support this process.