What a fabulous day of learning we had in Greenwich!

We are hugely grateful to our hosts, the University of Greenwich and to our wonderful speakers who freely gave of their time to give delegates the benefit of their experience and expertise.

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Gre ITE Partnership on Twitter

Thank you to all our delegates for the #fantastic #feedback about our #LearningFirst conference! @BeyondLevels @JulesLilly @AlisonMPeacock

Here are some of the resources from the day:

 

Mary Myatt – Reasons to be hopeful

 

Rob Webster – Planning for independence: the valuable role of teaching assistants in the assessment for learning cycle

Reasons to be hopeful AfL process planning template Scaffolding framework
Student independence

AfL process planning template

Related resources can be found here: http://maximisingtas.co.uk/resources.php

 

Dr Tim O’BrienWellbeing and esteem: how superficial assessment becomes a trap

Many of you asked about Tim’s book, Inner Story. You can use this link.

 

Louise Johns-Shepherd & Charlotte Hacking, CLPEBeyond Levels CLPE Workshop 30.09.17

 

Will Millard – Addressing the wellbeing and workload challenges associated with assessment

 

Jemima Rhys-Evans – Mark Less, Mark Better

Mark Less, Mark Better for Beyond Levels mark-less-mark-better

 

Branwen Bingle – Supporting progression in reading through effective text choices

 

Naureen Khalid, Chair of Governors and a long-standing member of the #LearningFirst community managed to capture some of the conference keynote speakers on Periscope. Thank you, Naureen.  https://arollerintheocean.wordpress.com/2017/10/01/beyondlevels-learningfirst-conference-in-greenwich-videos/

Naureen on Twitter

@BeyondLevels #LearningFirst Conference in Greenwich. Videos https://t.co/9S5V01fyON