ABOUT THIS COURSE
This course will provide outstanding workshops for all teachers of the new A level Art & Design course & what ‘must haves’ should form part of The Personal Investigation.
It will clarify the similarities and differences between the examination board’s expectations and specification requirements for the new A level Components and focus on strategies for students to develop their written element with confidence.
The course has many inspiring workshop strategies putting you in the ‘shoes of your students’ which will enable students of all abilities to make more than their expected progress, including those of exceptional ability, by annotation, continuous prose and independent learning strategies in their work.
This ‘hands on’ course provides students with the opportunities, confidence and ‘permission’ to make personal and meaningful responses with skill, technique, knowledge and understanding embedded into every activity.
A perfect course for NQTs, experience teachers looking to ensure their teaching maximise student’s marks and grades and non-specialist teaching Art and Design for the first time.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Provide workshops exploring practical and written approaches to the study the work of artists, designers, photographers and craftspeople within the new Personal Investigation
- Enable students who find the written word difficult to become successful and inspired
- Put you in the ‘shoes of your students’ with wealth of key learning strategies
- Aim for high grades using annotation and continuous prose
- Unravel the new top mark band expectations from exam boards
- Provide intervention strategies to ensure success with the Component 2 Externally Set Assignment/Task
|COURSE DATES||London Tuesday 13 November 2018
London Monday 04 February 2019
|IN-SCHOOL||You can also book this as an In-School Course|
10.00 – 11.15am: Component 1 Personal Investigation – Developing new ideas – getting your students engaged, excited and started!
- What the examination board say about best practice
- Understanding and interpreting the new Assessment Objectives – highlighting misunderstandings
- Understanding Assessment Objective 1
- Practical Workshop – Triggers – Quick, meaningful and personal responses
11.15 – 11.30am: Discussion: coffee break
11.30 – 12.30pm: Workshop - The written element
- Understand Assessment Objective 3
- How to use annotation thoughtfully & meaningfully
- Strategies for organising thoughts and expanding ideas with key concepts
- Constructing continuous prose in an insightful and personal manner
12.30 – 1.30pm: Lunch and informal discussion
1.30 – 2.30pm: Workshop – Fusing learning evidence: connecting the practical and the written tasks
- Understanding Assessment Objective 2
- Contextual references and ‘Launch Pads’. Ideas for what to teach in the classroom
- How to expand student thinking and improve grades with The Personal Investigation and the exam units
- Ways to relate written and practical work
2.30 – 2.45pm: Discussion: afternoon tea
2.45 – 3.30pm: Component 2 A level Externally Set Assignment
- Understanding Assessment Objective 4
- Workshop – How to form links between a variety of sources
- How to expand student thinking and improve grades with The Externally Set Assignments