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Making Every Primary Lesson Count led by Jo Payne
DATE: Tuesday 18th June 2019
VENUE: University of Warwick – Westwood Lecture Theatre, Westwood Campus
TIME: Arrival for 4:00pm for a light buffet. The main conference will take place between 4:30-6:30pm.
Jo will be sharing effective practical classroom strategies based on six research-informed pedagogical principles: challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, feedback and questioning. The simple strategies can be embedded almost immediately and will help primary teachers to ensure that every lesson they teach counts.
Jo Payne is a Deputy Head Teacher. Although she specialised in primary languages during her teaching degree, she is particularly interested in how technology can enhance pupils’ learning.
She writes a blog, MrsPTeach, on which she shares ideas about many subjects within education, including: feedback and marking, whole-class reading and maintaining a healthy work–life balance as a teacher @MrsPTeach.
For more information please visit: www.mrspteach.com
£40 per person + VAT (including buffet on arrival)
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