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Helping non-specialist teachers to deliver effective History lessons

History 11-18 Online Teacher Workshop

Steve Mastin

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Can’t attend live? You can still book! Take advantage of our anytime, anywhere access – all registered teachers receive both recordings to watch as many times as you want, for up to 6 months.

Why attend?

Maintain the highest standards for students by learning how to support and develop non-specialist teachers in your department.

Designed for current and aspiring Heads of History/Humanities, this workshop is split into two 2-hour webinars, a fortnight apart, so you have the chance to implement what you learn in Session 1 and discuss the outcomes in Session 2.

  • Reflect upon the needs of non-specialists and the proactive role that you should take as HoD in helping them
  • Identify the level of involvement that you should have with a non-specialist teacher and their classes on a daily and weekly basis
  • Consider how you can build the capacity in your department to provide SoW that non-specialists can pick up and teach
  • Understand how to support non-specialist teachers with substantive and disciplinary knowledge and the use of rigorous assessment to monitor pupils’ progress

Take advantage of our Online Workshop & Teacher Webinar offers:

  • Buy 1, get a 2nd half price - apply code WI0009040
  • Buy 2, get a 3rd free - apply code WF0008815

Booking reference: HIS290621
Hodder code: 2221060721 / 2221290621

Did you know that we can run this event for you and your department at a time/date that suits you? Simply email events@hoddereducation.co.uk and ask about our bespoke sessions.

Programme

Session 1: Tuesday, 29th June 2021

4.00pm Introductions and sound checks
4.05pm Why non-specialists? Why history?
  • Being positive and proactive about non-specialists
  • What non-specialists do and don’t want
  • Why it is so important to train the Heads of History and not the non-specialists
5.00pm Looking ahead
  • Where to begin with your department
  • How to help non-specialists to teach good history
  • Explaining your department structure to parents
  • Supporting non-specialists in the long term
6.00pm Session ends

 

Session 2: Tuesday, 6th July 2021

4.00pm Introductions and sound checks
4.05pm Day to day, week to week
  • Day 1 for the non-specialist and for the Head of History
  • Monitoring the progress of non-specialist teachers and their history classes
  • Questions that an HoD should and shouldn’t ask
5.00pm Assessment for non-specialist teachers
  • The dos and don’ts for the Head of History
  • Supporting non-specialists with substantive knowledge (e.g. Norman Conquest, Tudor England)
  • Supporting non-specialists with disciplinary knowledge (e.g. causation, change and continuity)
  • Ensuring that assessment is history-specific and rigorous in all classes
6.00pm Session ends

Why attend?

Maintain the highest standards for students by learning how to support and develop non-specialist teachers in your department.

Designed for current and aspiring Heads of History/Humanities, this workshop is split into two 2-hour webinars, a fortnight apart, so you have the chance to implement what you learn in Session 1 and discuss the outcomes in Session 2.

  • Reflect upon the needs of non-specialists and the proactive role that you should take as HoD in helping them
  • Identify the level of involvement that you should have with a non-specialist teacher and their classes on a daily and weekly basis
  • Consider how you can build the capacity in your department to provide SoW that non-specialists can pick up and teach
  • Understand how to support non-specialist teachers with substantive and disciplinary knowledge and the use of rigorous assessment to monitor pupils’ progress

Take advantage of our Online Workshop & Teacher Webinar offers:

  • Buy 1, get a 2nd half price - apply code WI0009040
  • Buy 2, get a 3rd free - apply code WF0008815

Booking reference: HIS290621
Hodder code: 2221060721 / 2221290621

Did you know that we can run this event for you and your department at a time/date that suits you? Simply email events@hoddereducation.co.uk and ask about our bespoke sessions.

Programme

Session 1: Tuesday, 29th June 2021

4.00pm Introductions and sound checks
4.05pm Why non-specialists? Why history?
  • Being positive and proactive about non-specialists
  • What non-specialists do and don’t want
  • Why it is so important to train the Heads of History and not the non-specialists
5.00pm Looking ahead
  • Where to begin with your department
  • How to help non-specialists to teach good history
  • Explaining your department structure to parents
  • Supporting non-specialists in the long term
6.00pm Session ends

 

Session 2: Tuesday, 6th July 2021

4.00pm Introductions and sound checks
4.05pm Day to day, week to week
  • Day 1 for the non-specialist and for the Head of History
  • Monitoring the progress of non-specialist teachers and their history classes
  • Questions that an HoD should and shouldn’t ask
5.00pm Assessment for non-specialist teachers
  • The dos and don’ts for the Head of History
  • Supporting non-specialists with substantive knowledge (e.g. Norman Conquest, Tudor England)
  • Supporting non-specialists with disciplinary knowledge (e.g. causation, change and continuity)
  • Ensuring that assessment is history-specific and rigorous in all classes
6.00pm Session ends

Presenters

Steve Mastin - Presenter
Steve Mastin - Presenter
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Presenters

Steve Mastin - Presenter
Steve Mastin - Presenter
Read Biography

Venue

2221290621
Hosted on Zoom
You will receive log-in details at least 3 days before the webinar takes place.
Visit zoom.us/test to make sure you are ready to access the webinar.

Venue

2221060721
Hosted on Zoom
You will receive log-in details at least 3 days before the webinar takes place.
Visit zoom.us/test to make sure you are ready to access the webinar.