‘Making it stick’

Chris Quigley CPD

Roseacre Primary Academy / Thames Primary Academy

Making it stick: Session one

09.30 - 10.45

Break

10.45 - 11.00

Making it stick: Session two

11.00 - 12.30

Lunch

12.30 - 13.15

Making it stick: Session three

13.15 - 15.00

Witton Park Academy Training Sessions

Witton Park Academy

How do you know students are learning your curriculum

Anytime

45 minute session screencastify (VW)
Task Matrix for followup (VW)
Google Classroom for task submission (MCG)

Behaviour

Anytime

25 minute introductions and links (JEC)
Triads (JEC and HC)
Recording of triad example (JEC and MCG)
Communication of Triads (MCG)
Reflection Proforma (JEC)

Arbinger

45 minutes 9.30 - 10.15

Arbinger online
‘Bowland Training Sessions’

Bowland High

T&L - Study Skills

Live: 09.30 - 10.30

The initial meeting will take place via Teams (9.30am-10.30am) with staff then having time to research/prepare resources which can be shared centrally.

Behaviour & Welfare

Live: 9.30-10.30

The initial meeting will take place via Teams (9.30am-10.30am) with staff then working on agreed focus points and sharing ideas/resources later in the day.

Assessment in the curriculum

Live: 9.30 -10.30

The initial meeting will take place via Teams (9.30am-10.30am). During this meeting issues such as the recovery curriculum and bridging the gap will be discussed, and the format for the rest of the day agreed.

Staff wellbeing

Live: 9.30 -10.30

The initial meeting will take place via Teams (9.30am-10.30am). During this meeting the format for the rest of the day will be agreed.

First Aid at work

Anytime

The course takes approximately 2-3 hours to complete and can be completed at any time. (We would need to know numbers in advance)

 Choose your session below:

Making It Stick: an evidence-based approach to successful learning

 

Why is this course relevant or important?

Gary will guide you through some of the most important findings from Cognitive Scientists and how you can apply their findings to make learning stick.

Some of the findings will challenge some of the most entrenched ideas around teaching and learning strategies and how we think about progress.

 

Amongst the practical strategies explained, Gary will help you to understand:

  • Cognitive load theory
  • The benefits of forgetting
  • Storage and retrieval strength
  • Spacing
  • Interleaving
  • The testing effect
  • Metacognition
  • The problems with blocking
  • Retrieval practise
  • Lots of practical strategies to get learning to stick and sustained mastery of curriculum content.

‘How do you know students are learning your curriculum?

Vicky Whiting

The session explores a variety of formative assessment models and methods of reviewing material. This is a “double loop” session – meaning that all models/examples used in the session can also be used with your own students. There should be lots of practical examples that you can introduce directly into your practice and some that you can take away to explore in a little more detail. The session explores a variety of formative assessment models and methods of reviewing material. This is a “double loop” session – meaning that all models/examples used in the session can also be used with your own students. There should be lots of practical examples that you can introduce directly into your practice and some that you can take away to explore in a little more detail.

Behaviour

Jeannie Credie

The session offers a model to underpin colleague-to-colleague support, via professional dialogue, in addressing challenging situations around pupil behaviour and implementing a trauma informed approach; facilitated by utilising the Arbinger Principles of: Start in the Right Way and Meet to Learn Conversations.

Teaching & Learning – Study Skills

Mr A Keefe

“What are effective study skills? Staff will discuss effective strategies that help pupils in their learning, and then get time to put together resources which will be available for the wider staff to use”.

Behaviour & Welfare

Miss H Kellow

“This session will look at the current issues and causes of poor behaviour? What everyday strategies can be put into place to help and improve behaviour?

Assessment in the curriculum

Mrs Emma Robertson

 

“The main aim of the session will be to look at the effective use of assessment to inform future planning”.

Staff wellbeing

Mrs Helen Dakin

“How are staff coping in the current situation we find ourselves in? The main aim of the session will be to identify and discuss the main concerns for staff wellbeing. Ideas will be put forward to help create a culture of positive wellbeing”.

Arbinger

 

Mr Seth Wilkins

 

Imagine what would happen in an organisation if every person was invested in the success of everyone around them. The Arbinger Institute is a global leader in helping this to happen.  Established in the US over forty years ago, their clients have ranged from Nike and the NFL to SWAT teams and Navy Seals.  In the UK, the British Arbinger team has worked with dozens of NHS organisations and many large corporations including ASOS, IBM and Nationwide.  They are currently involved with Healthier Lancashire and South Cumbria, a multi-agency partnership that joins up health and care services across the North West region.  

PiXL

 

Mr Mark Wyss

 

Mark will demonstrate and give information about the various resources available to staff on PiXL

First Aid at work – refresher course

 

Mrs Suzanne Wilson (E Learning @ Work)

 

Online first aid at work training