Education Conference’ 19, Rio de Janeiro

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KAA are delighted to be running some secondary workshops at the Education Conference at The British School, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Our outstanding secondary facilitator, Christian Nicolson, is facilitating 3 inspiring workshops over 15th, 16th and 17th April 2019.

15th April 2019

Effective Differentiation for Secondary 

Programme Outline
This one day interactive programme is focused on practical, easy to implement, classroom strategies to maximise student progress and attainment through effective differentiation. We will explore techniques and strategies to personalise learning in order to ensure appropriate challenge and success for all learners.

The programme provides the opportunity for you to reflect on your current practice whilst sharing new, inspiring and engaging strategies that will impact positively on pupil progress and learning.

Target Audience

  • All subject teachers in secondary (KS3, KS4, KS5)

Objectives

  • To develop a range of practical techniques for immediate classroom use and success
  • To extend your knowledge about the key strategies and techniques for successful differentiation and personalisation.
  • To deepen your understanding about planning and differentiation and review the effectiveness of your current practice.


Key areas covered

  • What is differentiation and why is it worth a closer look?
  • Planning for differentiation
  • Approaches to differentiation
  • Techniques, strategies and activities to meet a range of student needs
  • Action planning for successful differentiation

16th April 2019  – Raising the Game: Stretch and challenge more able learners 

Programme Outline
This one-day programme will explore creative and practical ideas, strategies and resources to stretch and challenge learners, especially the more able.

Target Audience 
Teachers and leaders working in secondary schools

Objectives

  • To explore creative and practical techniques to stretch and challenge learners, especially the more able
  • To identify effective planning and differentiation strategies to ensure more able learners make good or better progress
  • To share resources, ideas and challenging activities for use in the secondary classroom


Key areas covered

  • Current research and expectations of the more able
  • Designing challenging tasks
  • Metacognition and self-regulation
  • Questioning for challenge
  • Action planning and implementation in your classroom

17th April 2019 –  Effective Teaching and Learning in the Secondary Classroom 

Programme Outline
This one-day programme explores and develops practical strategies to maximise learning within the classroom.
It provides the opportunity for you to reflect on current research and practice whilst sharing new, inspiring and engaging strategies, that will
greatly impact upon pupil learning and progress.

Target Audience
Teachers and leaders working in secondary schools

Objectives

  • To consider current research and excellent practice with a focus on promoting accelerated progress
  • To further develop knowledge and understanding of effective feedback
  • To develop a range of practical strategies for effective learning

Key areas covered

  • What do we know about good teaching?
  • Cognitive load theory and its application in the classroom
  • Active Feedback
  • Creating more self-directed learners
  • Reflection and action planning

Time

april 15 (Monday) - 17 (Wednesday)

Location

British School, Rio de Janiero

arra Unit, Paul Wiseman Campus Rua Mario Autuori, 100 (Postal Address) Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil CEP 22793-270

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