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The Blended Learning Research Project
 



Who should attend:
Class teachers, subject /middle leaders and for school leaders.

Outline/Objectives:

The aim of the Blended Learning Research Project is to offer practical, school - based examples of how to achieve effective blended learning and to offer you suggestions of how to meet the needs of your context.

Strategic planning for Blended Learning
This session is the starting pointer for the rest of the course and your route to an effective, manageable blended education experience for your pupils and families.

Feedback made easy with Google Classroom
Broadfields will share how they use Google Classroom effectively in their school

Learning by Questions presentation
This is a drop in demonstration from an external agency.
Since pupils returned to schools after the initial lockdown, there have been so many hurdles that educators have had to overcome to try and regain some resemblance of normality.


Working with younger pupils
During this session we will be drawing together our research from the last year and considering how we can use what we have learnt to best support children's learning in the EYFS.

What's a Great Remote Assembly?
This session is for ALL STAFF who lead assemblies. We will share some key principles and ideas for engaging your audience and creating an assembly.

The Blended Leader
This course will help subject leaders understand more about how to lead a subject in and out of the physical classroom. It will be a chance for leaders to share good practice and take practical ideas back to school.

Live lessons - how we do it?
Ideas and examples of how schools incorporate live teaching into their blended learning offer.

Using Loom
Ideas and examples of how schools incorporate Loom into their blended learning offer.

Working with parents
Successfully engaging parents' support can be crucial to effective blended learning. During this course hear from two schools about how they went about getting parents 'on side'.

How do we engage pupils with SEND and the hard to reach pupils?
The role of the SENDCo and what does intervention look like? The session will include practical examples and ideas based on real experiences.

Ingredients for high quality blended learning
Blended learning is now a reality for most school children around the world. Pupils are returning to the new year with learning being delivered both at school and at home. Technology has played a crucial role in providing platforms for this new way of schooling.

The 2021 wider curriculum - blended learning and beyond!
This whole day conference shares best practice for subject - specific teaching in a blended context - how to create memorable learning in a digital future.

Leader(s): Paul Whitcombe, Louise Yarwood, Helen Morrison, Katie Dawbarn, Helen Cheung, Jane Morris, Joann Moore and Samantha Rothwell. 

YOU SIGN UP TO THE ENTIRE PROGRAMME USING THE BOOKING FORM BELOW AND WE WILL SEND LINKS FOR ALL OF THE BLRP SESSIONS AUTOMATICALLY.  ALTERNATIVELY, YOU CAN BOOK INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS.

 



Date(s): 13 January 2021 - 24 March 2021
Time(s): Various session times
Format: This is a remote training session 
Provider: Barnet Partnership for School Improvement
Charges

Traded Services - No charge for subscribers to Barnet Partnership for School Improvement (BPSI)
Non BPSI Schools - £60 per school per session, or £400 for 10 sessions.


The council is committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. If you have any particular needs (for example, access, parking, hearing loop, large print handouts, signing, tape recorders, or specific dietary needs etc) please telephone the BPSI Business Support Team on (020) 8359 6341/6306/6325 to discuss your needs.



Closing Date: 6 January 2021

 




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