Annual Primary Science Conference: Assessment in the Classroom, 6th July 2016
This one day conference will have a key focus on assessment whereby delegates will be able to pick up advice, tips and skills for the academic year whilst having the opportunity to share best practice amongst colleagues in the South West. Keynote sessions from subject experts combined with practical workshops will enable delegates to focus on areas of specific interest, relevance or concern.
The day will explore the purpose of teacher assessment in Science and support teachers in their roles by answering the question What should we be doing? Practical advice from award-winning teacher Tracy Tyrell will compliment keynote presentations from experts Sarah Earle and Gaynor Weavers, Gaynor will introduce Assessment for learning strategies which are exciting and relevant. There will also be a wide variety of workshops available across two sessions to enable you to tailor the day to your needs.
Key Reasons to Attend
- Gain up to date advice on what teachers should be doing in assessing Primary science in 2016
- Learn what support is available to teachers to make confident assessment judgements
- Learn about the TAPS school self-evaluation pyramid
- Hear examples of focused assessments
- Discover how schools are developing their assessment processes
- Share best practice with colleagues across the South West.
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