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Curriculum English and Humanities

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Training. If you would like me to speak at a conference, lead some staff training, or discuss how to implement any of the ideas I’ve written about in your school, please email me or call me on 07966 355059.


For an example of some of the consultancy work I have done, read this blog post by Dan Brinton, Deputy Head at Belmont Community School in Durham. I lead bespoke training and provide consultancy on a range of topics including improving teaching & learning, whole-school literacy, feedback, assessment & marking, and curriculum design. As a specialist English teacher, I also work regularly with English departments in a variety of capacities. Some feedback from schools and teachers Thank you for delivering a fantastic series of very thought-provoking and genuinely stimulating sessions. Would you opt for a life with no pain? - Hayley Levitt and Bethany Rickwald. Robert Nozick was a 20th-century American political philosopher.

Would you opt for a life with no pain? - Hayley Levitt and Bethany Rickwald

He's best known for writing the book Anarchy, State, and Utopia, which defended free-market libertarianism. In addition to his political theories, he also contributed ideas to the fields of epistemology (the theory of knowledge) and the metaphysics of personal identity. I2 02 WhatMakesTouchstone. Designing effective learning and assessment. Designing effective learning experiences requires selecting activities that develop students’ knowledge, understanding and skills, and provide opportunities for evidence of learning to be gathered.

Designing effective learning and assessment

Methods of gathering evidence may include informal teacher observation, questioning, peer evaluation and self-evaluation, as well as more structured assessment activities. When designing assessment activities, teachers should consider whether the activity: The following table may assist teachers to plan effective learning and assessment activities. The strategies may provide opportunities for students to demonstrate what they know and can do individually and collaboratively. Also in programming: