Science of Learning, Reading and Writing Masterclass 5 (PD496)
We are thrilled to announce our latest in the Science of Learning, Reading and Writing Masterclass series. This time we feature esteemed experts Daisy Christodoulou, Ollie Lovell, and Peps Mccrea.
This masterclass series is designed to explore the latest research and evidence-based practices in the fields of learning, reading, and writing. Whether you are an educator, parent, or learner, this masterclass offers a unique opportunity to gain insights and practical strategies for improving learning outcomes. Join us as we delve into topics such as cognitive load theory, motivation, and effective writing instruction.
In a series of videos, Daisy, Ollie, and Peps deliver two 75 minute talks each.
No other courses are like this. Our live/recorded hybrid, coupled with quizzes, handouts, useful links and real time moderation make this unique.
Join thousands of educators worldwide to truly broaden and deepen your teaching knowledge.
You will have six weeks from your first login to complete all six modules.
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Daisy Christodoulou: "The science of writing: what does research & assessment tell us about teaching writing?"
Daisy Christodoulou is Director of Education at No More Marking, a provider of online comparative judgement assessments. She works closely with schools in the UK, Australia and USA on developing new approaches to assessing and teaching writing.
Before that, she was Head of Assessment at Ark Schools, a network of academy schools. She has taught English in two London comprehensives and has been part of UK government commissions on the future of teacher training and assessment.
Daisy is the author of Seven Myths about Education, Making Good Progress? The future of Assessment for Learning, and Teachers vs Tech.
Tools for Teachers Masterclass with Ollie Lovell
What is motivation for learning? How does it work? How can we influence it in the classroom? These sessions will offer a framework of big ideas from the evidence on motivation alongside key strategies we can use to boost attention and effort in the classroom.
Peps Mccrea is an award-winning teacher educator, designer and author. He is Dean of Learning Design at Ambition Institute, Director at Steplab, and author of the ultraconcise High Impact Teaching series. Peps has three Masters degrees, Fellowships from the Young Academy and University of Brighton, and lots of distracting tattoos. Visit pepsmccrea.com for more.
Access to each talk, all the handouts and resources is for 6 weeks. Your certificate is for 7.5 hours of elective professional learning upon completion.
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