ABOUT THIS COURSE
This new course is aimed for all teachers of Art & Design looking for new ways to support and raise the attainment level of weaker art students. The course will present strategies, resources and techniques to support students, and build their confidence without sacrificing academic rigour or ambition.
There will also be emphasis on assessment, what the moderator is looking for, feedback, tracking, intervention, as well as practical sets of work to explore and review.
Emphasis will also be how to differentiate learning for the lower ability student, most notably with regards to improving the quality of students’ development, recording, contextual and presentation skills and supporting teachers with accurate marking and assessment of student work. There will also be hints and tips along the way for how to keep students engaged and motivated, as well as how to promote and grow your course.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Unpick exam board requirement for teaching level 4 or above
- Identify and consider the main challenges when teaching the weaker student.
- Take away a toolkit of practical ideas, methods and approaches which work with lower ability students
- Review sets of work with your experienced moderator course leader.
- Take away exemplar curriculum planning design models, assessment guides, annotation resources, AO2 experimentation lesson resources, assessment/feedback sheets, and transition projects
- Gain a variety of effective intervention models
||London | Friday 01 July 2022
|WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- All A Level Art & Design teachers
- Heads of Art & Design
- Heads of Creative Arts
||You can also book this as an In-School Course
- A specially prepared folder of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
- Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
- Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
- CPD Certificate of attendance
- Two course restaurant lunch
- Refreshments throughout the day
- Guaranteed high quality venues