Free online professional development webinars for primary educators
Free online professional development webinars for educators
To support teachers in an increasingly digital world, Oxford University Press have a range of webinars to continue your professional development online. You can find links to our previous webinars below, as well as register your interest for upcoming sessions.
|Top tips for teaching TOK remotely - Tuesday 9 February 2021||Teaching Cambridge Lower Secondary English successfully - Tuesday 23 February 2021||Teaching Cambridge Lower Secondary Maths successfully - Wednesday 24 February 2021|
|Teaching Cambridge Lower Secondary Science successfully - Thursday 25 February 2021||Building confidence in teaching Cambridge Lower Secondary Global Perspectives - Tuesday 2 March 2021||The silver lining: Approaches to teaching primary students changed in 2020 in many ways panel discussion- Tuesday 2 March 2021||Digitalization and the future of maths learning with Dr. Sugata Mitra - Thursday 4 March 2021|
|Primary maths: How to develop a growth mindset in your students with Jennifer Chang Wathall - Thursday 11 March 2021||Using manipulatives to improve both mathematical understanding and language skills with David Lyttle - Tuseday 16 March 2021||Five top tips for transforming your Primary maths teaching with Dr Anne Watson - Thursday 18 March 2021||Maths in Early Years: How to build solid foundations for Primary with Dr Helen Williams - Thursday 25 March 2021|
|Part one: Wellbeing and the joy of learning maths||Part 2: Problem solving in the primary maths classroom|
|Part three: Embedding mastery in primary maths teaching||Part one: How to teach global skills through science||Part two: How to become a scientist||Part three: Active teaching and learning in the classroom|
|Wellbeing in the primary classroom with Hazel Harrison||Wellbeing in the primary classroom with Adrian Bethune||Teaching remotely: Project-based learning in Primary||Teaching remotely: Tips for teaching children aged 5-7|
|Teaching remotely: Top tips for teaching children aged 7-11||Return to the classroom: Wellbeing and coping strategies for Primary||Return to the classroom: Conversations with teachers||Wellbeing and relationships in the classroom|
|Top 10 tips for teaching from home||Teaching remotely: Project-based learning in Secondary||Supporting the mental wellbeing of your Secondary students|
|Getting the most from the new Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus|
|Getting the most from the new Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry syllabus||Getting the most from the new Cambridge IGCSE Biology syllabus||Cambridge A Level Biology: Top tips Part 1||Cambridge A Level Biology: Top tips Part 2|
|Cambridge A Level Physics: Top tips Part 1||Cambridge A Level Physics: Top tips Part 2||Cambridge A Level Chemistry: Top tips Part 1||Cambridge A Level Chemistry: Top tips Part 2|
|MYP Personal Project||Mindfulness and resilience in Secondary school students||IB TOK: Understanding the changes to TOK in 2020||IB TOK: Designing and delivering your TOK course|
James Clements explores how the principles of remote learning can be combined with those of great reading teaching, to help teachers make the most of children’s time both at school and at home.
Shareen Wilkinson (Mayers) looks at the research underpinning the emphasis on teaching vocabulary and explores EYFS, KS1 and an overview of KS2.
James explores the factors that contribute to skilled reading and introduces some different models for the classroom. Webinar 1 of 5 in this series with James Clements.
James explores some practical ways that teachers might build an authentic reading culture, helping children to become readers. Webinar 2 of 5 in this series with James Clements.
James gives practical approaches for developing children’s spoken language. Webinar 3 of 5 in this series with James Clements.
James explores how we can support children to communicate in writing confidently. Webinar 4 of 5 in this series with James Clements.
James considers the role played by grammar, punctuation and spelling in creativity. Webinar 5 of 5 in this series with James Clements.
James Clements outlines some of the principles behind curriculum design in Primary English drawn from research, exploring the implications for different schools in light of current circumstances and how we can support children to make progress.
James Clements explores some key issues around assessment in reading and writing in the primary classroom. The session considers ideas drawn from research and looks at different ways to apply them practically in the classroom.
Sue Cowley explores best practice in the return to schools and settings for children in the early years. She gives advice on approaches to support children’s wellbeing and mental health.
Rachel Johnson, CEO of PiXL, offers practical ways to address the current challenges of engagement, assessment and adjustment in secondary school. Rachel covers: parental engagement, motivation, lockdown learning, pastoral care, progress and enabling change.
Daisy Christodoulou discusses what has had to change since lockdown and what will need to change in the future, looking at a mix of remote and in person learning plus the challenges and benefits that these may bring.
Placing oracy centre-stage, Helen Prince explores ways into KS3 that ensure kindness, build resilience and prepare our young people for the extra-ordinary times that lie ahead.
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