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How can schools support staff wellbeing this term?

While many restrictions have now been eased in the UK, teachers are all too aware that the pandemic will still have an impact on how schools are able to safely continue their work. A degree of disruption is likely, and this has the potential to have an adverse impact on...
How can schools support staff wellbeing this term?
Primary, Secondary

The impact of a peer review framework on blended learning - in conversation with SPP and Focus-Trust

In this recorded session Anne Cameron from the Schools Partnership project and Helen Rowland, Donna Tandy and Guy Oliver from Focus-Trust explain how the peer review process has helped them shape and refine their response to the pandemic, and what it’s taught them about collaboration and digital strategy. This event...
Webinar
01:00
Secondary

Distribueret lederskab i den digitaliserede skole / Distributed leadership in a digital school

Coronakrisen har ført til en kraftig stigning i skolens afhængighed af digitale teknologier og platforme. Det kræver et bevidst lederskab hos den enkelte lærer, i klasseteams, i PLC og ikke mindst hos skolens ledelse. Bliv klogere på, hvordan et år med Corona får indflydelse på distribueret ledelse i skolen og...
Distribueret lederskab i den digitaliserede skole / Distributed leadership in a digital school
Video
Primary, Secondary
Distribueret lederskab i den digitaliserede skole / Distributed leadership in a digital school

Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond with ALT

This course is a series of recorded sessions from the virtual conference ‘Digital learning in the pandemic and beyond’ (Feb 24th 2021). Run in collaboration with the Association for Learning Technology, the conference looked at online learning from a variety of angles, including accessibility, copyright concerns, and the future of blended education....
Webinar
01:00
Primary, Secondary

Blended and remote learning key safeguarding points

Schools have given considerable thought to safeguarding for students, staff and families during the period of remote, blended and home learning. This narrated slide deck summarises some of the key points and sources of guidance statutory and no-statutory and is intended for any school member of staff. It makes reference...
Self-paced course
00:15
Primary, Secondary

National Education Union pedagogy resources

Developing high-quality teaching and learning strategies for this education recovery phase is a challenge. The recovery education hub from NEU will help you find ideas and suggestions by and for education professionals and tackles questions such as: What are the key areas to focus on? How can I create positive...
National Education Union pedagogy resources
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Primary, Secondary

Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching

This report, Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning, provides teachers and policymakers with an accessible resource on how to best support students through distance learning, with a particular focus on students where this may be most challenging – including students with SEND and younger students –...
Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching
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Primary, Secondary
Blended learning resources recap: strategies, top tips and bite-sized CPD

Blended learning resources recap: strategies, top tips and bite-sized CPD

As we approach the Easter break, it seems a good time to recap and take stock of a term that has been truly blended. It began with schools providing remote learning to most children, but up to 25% of children still being taught in-person in some primary schools, and has ended with the majority of children back in school but remote provision still required for shielding or self-isolating students or bubbles.

It’s been a couple of weeks of settling back and reviewing work for most schools (those not lucky enough to have a ‘welly week’). As Mark Martin describes in this week’s BlendEd video, there’s been a widespread need for low stake quizzes and activities to help students feel motivated again and inspired about what they need to learn before the year ends. He also highlights the value, ahead of next term, of repurposing the online content of the past few months within day-to-day lessons for homework, recaps and project-based learning.

Successful assessment and feedback strategies for the blended learning classroom

Successful assessment and feedback strategies for the blended learning classroom

From assessing learning loss to using the digital tools of lockdown for feedback in class, Peter Lillington explores the challenges and possibilities of assessment in a blended context.

Over the past weeks and months we’ve touched on assessment and feedback regularly in our work with schools and teachers. As students of all ages return to school there is much talk about assessing learning loss and the need for recovery learning.

Acknowledging once again teachers’ incredible response during the pandemic, there’s opportunity in a broader sense to continue the debate around what education might look like in the future and how assessment (and technology, as a tool for assessment) might feature in the overall picture, whether that’s in a blended context or face to face in physical proximity in the classroom.

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Featured Resources

Collaboration, creativity and assessment: In conversation with Padlet

In this session we are joined by Zoheb Jamal from Padlet, an online collaboration tool that has come into its own during the pandemic. Zoheb shares a practical demonstration of some of the newer features and improvements to Padlet. He will also answers questions around how it can support schools’...
Collaboration, creativity and assessment: In conversation with Padlet
Primary, Secondary

Personalised learning with technology in modern foreign languages

This live session was facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Sarah Horrocks and recorded on Tuesday 19th October 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary MFL leads to explore the ways in which they were continuing to use technology to support languages in a blended setting. The...
Personalised learning with technology in modern foreign languages
Primary

Personalised learning with technology in maths

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Rowan Roberts on Wednesday 3rd November 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary teachers to explore the ways in which they were continuing to use technology to support maths in a blended setting....
Personalised learning with technology in maths
Primary

A blended approach to outreach - in conversation with Ant Sutcliffe

How has university outreach worked in an online environment? What lessons have we as educators learned from the last year? How can our learnings lead to a quality, multi touchpoint outreach programme? In this recorded session, head of Higher Horizons+ and recent NEON ‘Contribution to Widening Participation Award’ winner, Ant...
A blended approach to outreach – in conversation with Ant Sutcliffe
Secondary

Featured On Demand Learning

Collaboration, creativity and assessment: In conversation with Padlet

In this session we are joined by Zoheb Jamal from Padlet, an online collaboration tool that has come into its own during the pandemic. Zoheb shares a practical demonstration of some of the newer features and improvements to Padlet. He will also answers questions around how it can support schools’...
Webinar
00:45
Primary, Secondary

Personalised learning with technology in modern foreign languages

This live session was facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Sarah Horrocks and recorded on Tuesday 19th October 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary MFL leads to explore the ways in which they were continuing to use technology to support languages in a blended setting. The...
Webinar
01:00
Primary

Personalised learning with technology in maths

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Rowan Roberts on Wednesday 3rd November 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary teachers to explore the ways in which they were continuing to use technology to support maths in a blended setting....
Webinar
01:30
Primary

A blended approach to outreach - in conversation with Ant Sutcliffe

How has university outreach worked in an online environment? What lessons have we as educators learned from the last year? How can our learnings lead to a quality, multi touchpoint outreach programme? In this recorded session, head of Higher Horizons+ and recent NEON ‘Contribution to Widening Participation Award’ winner, Ant...
00:30
Secondary

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