Blog of the Week
Marc Rowland explores some principles that should be guiding our work as we support pupils on their return to school.
How can we use our experiences from the last few months to improve the feedback we give to students?
How can knowledge organisers be used to support students as they return to school?
A post-lockdown overview of the EEF guidance report on working with parents to support children’s learning.
Other Useful Links
- Recordings of our two most recent webinars are available below:
- Alex Quigley is on great form with this blog – The Magic of the Classroom.
- This blog explains two useful strategies for making the most of multiple choice questions by The Effortful Educator.
- Here is a great blog from Mark Enser looking at effective teacher explanations.
- The British Psychological Society has put together a bank of advice and support resources to help children and young people as they go back into the classroom.
- Tom Sherrington wrote this back in May, but it’s as relevant today – Re-establishing teaching routines.
- The EEF have published their findings from ‘The Big Lockdown Learning Parent Survey’
- This recording of a webinar features Marc Rowland talking about ‘Meeting the needs of disadvantaged students during and post-pandemic’
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Episode 3 available now: Returning to Knowledge Organisers
James Crane talks to Fran Haynes about how knowledge organisers could help students as they return to school this week.