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.
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:
Jen Reynolds –
As an English Adviser and as a part-time class teacher, I have been making use of the No More Marking site developed by Dr Chris Wheadon. In a previous blog I shared how I have structured cluster moderation of writing using the site.
Lucy Rimmington – Being Brave!
Mary Myatt – Reasons to be hopeful
Rob Webster – Planning for independence: the valuable role of teaching assistants in the assessment for learning cycle
Related resources can be found here: http://maximisingtas.co.uk/resources.php
Dr Tim O’Brien – Wellbeing 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, CLPE –Beyond Levels CLPE Workshop 30.09.17
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/
@BeyondLevels #LearningFirst Conference in Greenwich. Videos https://t.co/9S5V01fyON