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Thursday Morning Thriller

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The Thursday Morning Thriller is a 15 minute micro CPD session run every Thursday morning between 7.45 – 8.00am.  The aim of the sessions are to give people an opportunity to engage with regular CPD that is lead by an existing practitioner within the school.  For those who are presenting the brief is simple:  share an element of practice that is working for you and give people something they can pick up and use either that day or in the next week.  There are free bacon rolls and coffee for those who attend!  If you would like to attend a session please book using the eventbrite link either here or to the left of the page. If you would like to present please get in touch using the form below.  I would love to secure a colleague or colleagues from another school who could present here….could you be that person? I will list the sessions below and link each to the relevant post once it has been blogged so that people have easy access to the archive of presentations.

Thursday 20th November “Starter for 10; getting students to write better A level essays” TMA

Thursday 27th November “Study Skills” CDE

Thursday 4th December “Positive behaviour management” TFR

Thursday 11th December “The secret of reading;  How to get students to learn from the texts they read in your lesson.”  ZJA

Thursday 18th December “Go 4 Schools Transition Matrices” TMA

Thursday 8th January 2015 “Effective application of the accelerated learning cycle to lessons.” JSW

Thursday 15th January 2015 “Using SOLO taxonomy to teach to the top and scaffold the bottom.”NBA

Thursday 22nd January 2015 “Questions worth asking” THA

Thursday 29th January 2015 “How to model writing” ZJA

Thursday 5th February 2015 “Thriller – Nominalise this…..” HGL

Thursday 12th February 2015 “Scaffolding progress” MJA

Thursday 26th February 2015 “Making it Stick: Learning and Memory” PMY

Thursday 5th March 2015  “Revision; Stress Busting Ideas” RAN

Thursday 12th March 2015 “Maximising Learning Time: Effective Lesson Starts” TMA

Thursday 19th March 2015  “Student Led Assessment Reviews” NBA

Thursday 26th March 2015 “From RAGS to riches!” MSA

Thursday 16th April 2015 “Can mobile technology enhance learning in the classroom?” MWA

Thursday 23rd April 2015 “R.A.G. against the machine!” SMA

Thursday 30th April 2015  “Access arrangements, process and support” CEM

Thursday 7th May 2015 “Adventures in IRIS” THA

Thursday 14th May 2015 “Dispatches from the front line” TMA

Thursday 11th June 2015 “Are you listening to me?” AHA

Thursday 18th June 2015 “Inconsistency between Classroom and Large-Scale Assessment Accommodations” ALE

Thursday 25th June 2015 “Do it yourself!” RWH

Thursday 24th September 2015 “Diagnosis: A tool for effective lesson planning” TMA

Thursday 1st October 2015 “The hand of argument; a tool, for writing argumentative essays”  HMR

Thursday 8th October 2015 “Can do colours!” RWH

Thursday 22nd October 2015 “RAG marking into can do colours” TMA

Thursday 5th November 2015 “Transform any class into a role-playing game that fosters stronger student collaboration and encourages better behaviour” CGR

Thursday 19th November “Updates to BTEC specifications” MST

Thursday 28th January 2016 “Growth mindset”  STO

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