Date: Wednesday 03 June – 4.00 pm
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Learn strategies to help your students progress with their NEA Part 3 task whilst self-isolating at home.
This webinar includes a set of notes which will be sent in advance for teachers to use with their students (including a step by step guide) and which students will be able to use after the webinar to improve their NEA Part 3 work prior to returning to school.
This interactive webinar will provide you with:
- A designated approach for your department to adopt with students working from home
- Specific strategies to encourage students to progress with their NEA Part 3 analysis and evaluation work.
- A set of notes, guidelines and activities that can be used by students studying at home
- Particular focus on best practice and how to encourage work that satisfies the top band of the assessment grids.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Heads of PE
- Teachers of GCSE PE
4.00 pm Welcome
4.00- 4.15 Overview of what is required with the Part 3 analysis an evaluation work
Matching your approach as a teacher with the assessment grids (setting the tone of the assessment)
4.15- 4.30 The analysis section: Looking at how to encourage personalisation not generalisation
Tasks to set for students studying at home and how to provide feedback that satisfies JCQ regulations
4.30- 4.45 The evaluation section: Thorough overview of what to actually include in the process
Tasks to use with students studying at home to either get them started or get them to Progress (within JCQ regulations).
4.45- 5.00 Marking and feedback
Ross is Principal Moderator and Coursework Advisor for a major exam board. He has managed a strong team of teachers in one of the country’s largest and most successful providers of A Level Physical Education and brings a wealth of experience to this course. Ross has a strong reputation for delivering focused and informative INSET courses and is a regular provider of articles and information to a number of educational periodicals. He provides educational consultancy in schools/ colleges around the country.