• Date
    21st April 2020
  • Location
    Aditya Birla World Academy, Mumbai
  • Meant for:
  • Module Details:

    This workshop enables educators to examine the role of skills as part of effective teaching and learning, and not as an ‘add-on’. Educators are introduced to assessment and reporting of skills – considering models such as copy/watch/do/teach. They learn to identify subject specific skills by examining expectations of coursework and exams and mapping subject specific skills - listing the most important subject specific skills that lead to school success - create a collaborative online map of which skills, when and whom. They will get an opportunity to practice example strategies of teaching selected specific skills and develop a collaborative online collaborative ATL skill toolkit – strategies to inspire students. The workshop will include role play and peer review along with using self, peer and teacher evaluation to improve metacognition as a preparation for life.

    • Improved understanding of the role of skills and the benefit for explicit planning and teaching.
    • Development of skill programmes through mapping exercises.
    • Creation of online skills toolkit for teachers to use immediately.
  • Facilitator
    Malcolm Nicolson