ABOUT THIS COURSE
Designed to boost confidence in delivering the GCSE PE qualification to, this course will provide newer teachers with effective strategies and ideas to support students of all abilities to raise their attainment in both the theory and practical components.
The course is suitable for teachers of all examination boards.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Deliver an engaging GCSE PE course to students of all abilities
- Gain a clear understanding of key factors for success in both theory and practical components
- Support students to answer the full range of questions in written papers.
- Take away approaches that engage and motivate students.
|DATES & LOCATION||London | Tuesday 03 November 2020|
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|IN-SCHOOL||You can also book this as an In-School Course|
10.00 – 11.00: Overview and the route to success
- What makes a good GCSE PE student?
- Structuring your course to engage all students
- Recognise the key challenges and opportunities for effective teaching
- Using the 9-1 grading to inform teaching and learning.
11.00 – 11.15: Break
11.15 – 12.15: Developing active learners
- Getting students involved in their learning – making theory ‘practical’
- Set an engaging and motivating classroom
- Approaches to tackle challenging theory areas
- Encouraging effective writing and learning habits
- Establishing answer frameworks for students, including extended answers
12.15 – 12.45: Effective differentiation
- Tracking your students’ progress to maximise potential
- Making full use of different learning styles
- Identifying and challenging the more able students with proven strategies
- Motivating the less able through personalised target setting
1.00 – 1.45: Lunch
1.45 – 2:45 Success in the NEA
- Understand and share the practical assessment criteria
- Maximise student strengths and support weaknesses
- Using ‘Assessment for learning’ to boost practical marks
- Teaching how to analyse and improve performance
- Ensure a successful moderation process
2.45-2.50 Afternoon break
2.50– 3.30: The importance of exam technique
- Learn from Examiners’ reports – key points from the most recent exams
- Incorporating AO1, AO2 and AO3 into student answers
- Using RADAR
- Top tips for students
3.30-3.45 Plenary and Q&A
David is an experienced examiner and moderator and has delivered a wide range of training at conferences and CPD events. With over twenty years’ experience of teaching and examining GCE and GCSE PE, he combines a range of teaching and learning strategies with real insight into the key skills needed for examination success.