15 Feb 2021

Maths and English Practice Development Group Exchanges

These Maths and English Practice Development Group Exchanges, aimed at Midlands-based practitioners, provide safe, practical spaces to unpack current teaching and learning theory - bringing 'big ideas' alive via a range of online tools. 

PDG Exchanges are a series of online short events designed by practitioners for practitioners on a range of current teaching, learning and assessment (TLA) topics. Each session unpacks a ‘big’ evidence-informed idea, models an online tool which can help bring the idea alive for learners, and provides a safe solo/peer space for participants to test the tool and their thinking.

The events are free of charge, and will run in March and April as follows:


Developing learners' oracy via video - Using Flipgrid 

24th March 2021, 13:30 -15:00

For full details and to book, click here

Developing learners' maths skills through careful lesson and scheme planning

30th March, 16:00 - 18:00

For full details and to book, click here

Developing learners' retrieval practices through low-stakes formative assessment in maths/English - Using Quizlet 

21st April, 13:30 - 15:00

For full details and to book, click here

Supporting learners to work collaboratively on maths/English - Using Google Docs, Mote and Jamboard 

28th April, 13:00 - 15:00

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The Education and Training Foundation has established Practice Development Groups to enable practitioners to share ideas, skills and innovation. PDGs have a maths and English focus and are free to join. The Practice Development Groups for Midlands- based practitioners are managed by touchconsulting Limited. You can find out more about the Midlands PDGs here


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