Gallery Based Education in Art and Design - 23rd February 2012- at capactiy
Outstanding use of new technologies in the classroom - 1st March 2012
Preparing 6th Formers for University: a toolkit - 15th March 2012
Outstanding Mentoring in Schools -22nd March 2012
An overview of the MA in Advanced Educational Practice - Free course -29th March 2012 cancelled
Gallery Based Education in Art and Design - 23rd February 2012 -at capactiy
Lecturer : Sandra Hiett
Target audience: Primary Teachers / Special Schools / Secondary Key stage 3
This course will consider how the often missed Sudley gallery can be used to stimulate ideas and creativity in learners. It will not only consider the development of Art Education but also cross curricular projects. Please note this session will begin at Sudley House at the earlier time of 4pm and then move to I M Marsh Campus.
Lecturer: James Lloyd
Target audience: Primary /Secondary / FE
This course will consider the practical use of various new information and COMMUNICATION technologies inside and outside the classroom that help to support learning and enjoyment - and improve communication and pupil involvement. It will be interactive and hands on providing ideas which can be easily applied back in schools or colleges. Delegates will be baselined prior to attending the session in order to refine it to their needs. Topics which may be considered include:
- The use of whole class technologies
- Use of class blogging/online interactivity
- The use of mobile devices from the teacher’s point of view
- The use of audio / video production
- Getting students involved in web publishing
Lecturers : Andrea Pratt/Diane Lloyd
Target audience: All teachers wishing to use update their presentations
This session will be hands on and look at a free interactive online tool which can be used for presentations. It will :
• Offer hands on practical use of the software
• Provide an opportunity to share presentations using Prezi
Lecturer Pool: Diane Lloyd / Andrea Pratt
Target audience: Heads of 6th Form / Secondary / FE
This course will show delegates how to support their learners in making the right end of key stage 5 decisions. A range of materials and active learning strategies will be used which can be immediately transferred into the classroom.
- Making the right university and course choice
- Successful applications
- Writing a personal statement
- The skills needed for success at university
Lecturer Pool: Debbie Duncalf / StellaYates / Andrea Mallaburn / Carol Hunt
Target audience: Prim / Sec / FE - Teachers who mentor trainees
This course will support your reflection on your role as a mentor of trainee teachers and the key principles and skills that underpin good mentoring practice. It will provide you with an introduction to a collaborative tool in the form of the mentor recognition framework to support you in your role as a mentor of trainee teachers.
- Reflection on your own mentoring skills and practice
- Familiarisation with the CUREE mentoring and coaching framework
- Introduction to the LJMU Mentor Recognition Framework
Lecturer: Sue Williams
Target audience: Anybody interested in finding out more about the Masters in Advanced Education Practice.
Having attended some of the Pick ‘n’ Mix non accredited sessions, you may be interested in finding out more about out accredited routes. This free session will explain to you the different routes through our Master’s degree programme.