Bordesley Green Girls' School

2015 CPD Conference

New Ways of Thinking

Our 2015 conference focused on visual learning and innovation to promote outstanding learning and progress

In our first open-invitation CPD conference, we considered how visual learning clues can be used to leverage rapid pupil progress.

8.30 - 8.55 Registration and Tea /Coffee
9.00 - 10.00

Keynote Speakers: Judith Woodfield and Shaheen Khan:

To outstanding and beyond……….using visual learning strategies to develop new ways of thinking.

TimeVisual MathsCLIL

Content and Language Integrated Learning ie subjects taught through a different language

InclusionAFL/ IndependenceDifferentiationCreativity and EngagementLiteracy
10.10 11.10Concrete, Pictorial, Abstract approach to learning Maths

Developing Learning by Using the Concrete, Pictorial and Abstract Model and by the use of Bar Modelling

N.Sharma G.Chand

BE12

CLIL

10.10 -10.40 Year 7 French/Geography demonstration lesson

LaRisha Porter (Linguist)


10.40-11.10 Year 8 French/Geography demo lesson

Judith Woodfield (Geographer)

EAL: The British Council

Bilingualism

Dr Ruth Wilson

SF8

Get the IDEA
Peer and self- assessment: the way forward

G.Dhaliwal

S.Pervez

A.Hillier

SF6, SF7

Differentiation:

a new approach

(2 hr session)

S.Farzand

"Differentiation

Revisted"

M.Helene- Dione

SG2, SG3

‘Wow’ Lessons

H.Simmons

K.Skipper

SG6, SG7

Literacy across the curriculum- our journey

(2 hr session)

B.Lohmann-Malone

L.Mclure

F.Sandford S.Jabbar

F.Akhtar

R.Israr

J.Amass

H.Best

M.Hasnath

SF2, SF3

11.20 12.20Using ICT to provide formative feedback to students
Creating and using revision cards

S.Walker A.Miah

BE12

11.20- 11.50 Year 7 French /Science demo lesson Dulce Allen(Scientist)
Tracking learning strategies discussion led by Kathy Wicksteed FLAME/ALL
Promoting outstanding learning and progress for EAL students

J.Thompson

SG8

Health and Social Care: NFQ and Beyond
‘Getting learners assessment ready.’

T.Jones

S.Tanner

F.Akhtar

SG11

Active learning approaches to promote outstanding learning and progress across the curriculum.

R.Joinson

J.Parma

SF6, SF7

12.20- 13.20 LUNCH

TimeVisual MathsCLILInclusionAFL/ IndepenenceDifferentiationCreativity and Engagement

Literacy
13.30

14.30

CAME (Cognitive Acceleration Through Maths Education)


Using CAME to develop thinking skills

N.Sharma

G.Chand

BE12

CLIL Pedogogy

Group1 Primary: Marie Hélène Dione with CLIL Primary Hub contributors.

Group 2 Secondary

Geography :Judith Woodfield

Ana Neofitou Tile Hill Wood School Science /MFL

Dulce Allen Science
Creating a Deaf Friendly School

K.Parker

SG1

Extended writing for exam success

Y.Shah and team

SG2, SG3

Differentiation: practical and sustainable strategies

N.Ali

M.Batool

SF2, SF3

Critical skills

B.Ginda

Questioning and Beyond F.Akhtar

(1 - 1/2hr session)

SG6, SG7

Life after levels 30 minute session

S.Khan

SG6, SG7

Improving Literacy

I.Hussain S.Farzand

SF6, SF7

14.30 15.30 Top tips for setting up CLIL in a primary or secondary school.
Your chance to advice / group and one to one from a panel of CLIL experts. Members of the FLAME steering group will be available alongside CLIL practitioners
Including students with PD in PE lessons

S.Voutsinou

Y.Oreilly and PE staff

Getting students learning to learn

A.Mughal

F.Sandford

Extended writing

H.Simmons K.Skipper

SF2, SF3