Teacher Webinars for 2019 - 2020
"Great, thank you very much for clarifying the priorities in AO1 and then providing some ideas on how best to tackle such a long period. Very useful and helpful"
Dover Grammar School for Boys, March 2019
"Having the marking to do in advance was useful, practical teaching suggestions were welcome"
St Albans High School for Girls, July 2019
Our Teacher Webinars Offer:
- Short, but detailed, intensive one hour advanced sessions, all with a core intent on improving student understanding, progress and results achievement
- All webinars are led by Keynote course leaders - assured highest quality of expertise, current practice, current examiner expertise
- Notes, exemplar responses sent to you in advance
- Interactivity – opportunity to ask questions directly to the speaker
- Increase your command of particular topics you are teaching for A level and GCSE
- Chance to take part in a marking exercise using current student responses, to enhance understanding of how to apply the mark scheme
- Improve understanding of how to access the top bands
- Advanced effective approaches to tackle the most challenging and toughest parts of the course
- Be provided with notes and activities that are usable both immediately in lessons and in the longer term for planning a course
For Each Webinar All Participants Receive:
- A specially prepared folder of notes, practical advice and guidance
- Notes prepared by the webinar session leader themselves
- Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
- Webinar CPD Certificate of Attendance
- IT support (if required) to help you set up on the day
How do Keynote webinars work?
We've created for you a handy user guide to get you set up and running to attend a Keynote webinar.
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Thursday 11 June 2020 4pm (1hr)
Wednesday 10 June 2020 4.00pm (1hr)
Tuesday 09 June 2020 4:15pm
Tuesday 02 June 2020 4:15pm
Wednesday 17 June 2020 4pm (1 hr)
Wednesday 03 June 2020 4pm
Wednesday 25 March 2020 4pm (1hr)
Monday 2 March 2020 4pm (1hr)
Monday 24 February 2020 4pm (1hr)