ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course, led by current expert examiner and teacher, Denise Morris, is designed for new and recently qualified teachers of AQA A Level History. The aim of the course is to help teachers to fine-tune students’ performances so that they can achieve the highest grades. The course will outline what is expected of high ability students and explore ways to build your teaching practice around this.
The course will demonstrate practical teaching and learning ideas and approaches for developing key skills and knowledge through which able students can enhance higher level skills.
We will analyse what is expected at the top end of the mark range and explore active strategies to build your teaching practice around this to effectively stretch and challenge students.
It will also provide guidance on effective revision strategies and examination techniques through which high achieving students can stand out and ensure that they succeed in the final examinations.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Focused on identifying the demands of Grades A & A* and providing materials to help teachers prepare students effectively
- Emphasis on teaching approaches which are most effective with able students
- Focus on teaching approaches which stretch and challenge beyond A Level
- A detailed look at the different demands and types of questions
- Materials will be provided that will allow teachers to cover the course in innovative and student-friendly ways that push the highest ability students
||London | Monday 27 June 2022
London | Monday 28 November 2022
|WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Subject Leaders
- Faculty Area Leaders
- Experienced Teachers of A Level
||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