The live event has now taken place, but you can still watch on demand.
From our series on 'Teaching in the time of the coronavirus' with Geoff Petty, where he guides you through what evidence-based methods you can include in your learning programmes.
Some teaching methods work better than others. Cognitive science and careful experimentation in real classrooms has uncovered some methods that work exceptionally well.
Many of these can help students learn well without your direct assistance. Geoff looks at a few exceptionally effective methods and shows where to find others.
A CPD certificate is available to SET members who joined us live for the one-hour session. You can download this in the resources tab on the main event auditorium page.
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.
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