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Virtual meetup: "lockdown learning" (secondary phase)
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We're taking our popular member meetups online! Free for NACE members, this session will explore the challenges of "lockdown learning" and how schools are addressing these. Scroll down for full details.

28/04/2020
When: 28 April 2020
15:00 - 16:30 PM
Where: Online
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Getting support right for all learners during the current period is a challenge. NACE’s forthcoming virtual member meetups (28 April for secondary practitioners and 29 April for primary practitioners) will explore how schools across our network are approaching teaching and learning at this unprecedented time.

Led by NACE education adviser Hilary Lowe, each session will feature input from NACE associates, trustees and Challenge Award-accredited schools – and of course from participating members.

When registering, members are asked to share a brief summary of “one that works” – an idea to share with other schools relating to the meetup focus. We’ll choose a selection of these ideas to share during the session and more widely, and may contact some participants to request additional details.
 
Each session will last approximately an hour and a half, exploring topics such as:
  • What does distance learning look like at present?
  • What about departments where online tools are not as readily available?
  • How are schools moving beyond recall and retrieval activities to deliver new content remotely?
  • How are schools communicating with parents/carers about how much can realistically be achieved?
  • How do we bridge the gap for all learners, including the more able?
  • How can schools support independent working (ideas and challenges)?

To join the conversation ahead of the session, log in and add your thoughts to our online forum.


Please note:
To enable as many of our member schools to participate as possible, a maximum of two staff members per school may register for the live event. Other staff members will be able to watch the session recording afterwards.

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