This live webinar has now taken place but you can still watch on demand.
This webinar will look at mixed ability teaching and what approaches are best for you and your students. Why are old ideas about teaching students in small groups with different lesson plans being abandoned in favour of ladders of tasks? Find out more on this topic, alongside how to ensure inclusion, despite diversity.
By taking part in this live event, you will be able to download the full PDF presentation to accompany this webinar. During the hour we will hold online polls for you to take part in. You can also submit your thoughts and questions, which will be answered towards the end of the session. Following the webinar, a round-up article will be published, whereby you can read all of the feedback which came in during the webinar. This often includes ideas for best practice, along with questions and answers to topics you may find useful in your own role and setting.
Geoff Petty is one of the UK’s leading experts on teaching methods. An experienced teacher with an international reputation, he is the author of best-selling books Teaching Today and Evidence-Based Teaching.
Geoff has spent 28 years in teaching and is a former teacher trainer. He has worked as a consultant with over 500 colleges and schools, as well as several national education bodies in the UK and abroad. He speaks regularly on learning and teaching issues at conferences all over the country. Geoff is a regular contributor to SET's quarterly journal, inTuition.
How do you check learning is or has taken place in your online class? Following our recent webinar, hosted by teacher and educator Danielle Lloyd, we look back at some key takeaways and highlights about linking assessment to learning outcomes, along with teaching tools which can support you in the classroom.
The research culture in the Further Education (FE) and skills sector lags behind that seen in other professions. It’s time to come together to develop an evidence-informed profession, says Andrew Morris, chair of the Coalition for Evidence-Based education (CEBE) and an honorary associate professor at UCL Institute of Education.