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CPD session feedback

CPD sessions feedback  

Belfast Royal Academy-February 2013

For this session organised for schools in Northern Ireland studying for the CCEA qualification Steve dissected the A level French chief examiner's report and addressed the issues involved.

In a lively session attended by 13 schools a wide range of strategies for improving performance were covered with innovative, easy to use techniques.

Evaluation form

1-poor 2-room for improvement 3-good 4-excellent

1 2 3 4
0 2 16 86

Stafford grammar school January 6th 2014

This day course covered approaches to teaching cinema, the AS level essay and literature using a range of traditional and ICT related techniques. The course covered all examination boards and teachers from WJEC, OCR, AQA and Edexcel schools were represented. 13 schools were represented.

Following comments at this event I increased the amount of practical activities within the day, particularly those involving non-IT related activities. This resulted in improved delivery in subsequent conference-workshops with a wider range of activity being undertaken by participants.
Average scores for key aspects of course

1-poor 2-room for improvement 3-good 4-excellent

Relevance
3.4
Delivery
3
Materials provided
3.5
Organisation
3
Value for money
3
Likelihood of recommending or attending similar
3.5

CILT CYMRU -Cardiff 18th Feb, Llandudno 20th Feb

This day course covered approaches to teaching cinema, the AS level essay and literature using a range of traditional and ICT related techniques. The course related specifically to the WJEC course and there was an overall attendance of 42 people (35 Cardiff and 8 Llandudno). A significant proportion of Cardiff delegates were student teachers.

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Leweston School, Dorset-23rd April, 2014

This day course covered approaches to teaching cinema, the AS level essay and literature using a range of traditional and ICT related techniques. The course covered all examination boards and teachers from WJEC, OCR, AQA and Edexcel schools were represented. 8 schools were represented.
Average scores for key aspects of course

1-poor 2-room for improvement 3-good 4-excellent

Relevance
4
Delivery
4
Materials provided
4
Organisation
4
Value for money
4
Likelihood of recommending or attending similar
4

   
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