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Research School Network: Free Resources

Free Resources


MARC ROWLAND WEBINAR

MEETING THE NEEDS OF DISADVANTAGED PUPILS DURING AND POST-PANDEMIC


As schools continue to support pupils both in schools and remotely, as well as starting to plan to fully re-open, Marc Rowland, a foremost expert on the effective use of the Pupil Premium and improving outcomes for disadvantaged learners, will discuss what schools can be doing to meet the needs of disadvantaged pupils.

Marc Rowland Webinar

SEN in Mainstream Schools

A free webinar touching on the 5 recommendations from the EEF’s guidance report.


SEND webinar December 2020

In June last year we ran a webinar to share what we had learnt from teaching live lessons using Teams, referencing the EEF Covid resources for schools and webinars from ResearchED Home 2020.

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Remote teaching guidance:
This guidance draws upon recommendations from the EEF’s Covid-19 rapid evidence assessment and associated resources, several other sources, and from our experiences of teaching synchronous lessons to Year 7 and 11 classes between March and July 2020. The approach we took regarding the teaching of live lessons remotely was a decision based on our context. The guidance below is provided to support teachers to plan a series of lessons. Some of the strategies are likely to be used every lesson, whereas some might be used once or twice in the teaching of a topic.

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Delivering remotely to students with SEND
Lou Peaston, SENCo and HISP ELE shares what we learnt about how to support students with SEND with remote learning during the first lockdown.

Delivering Remotely to SEND and Vulnerable Student

Asynchronous lessons
English teacher Jade Herridge shares her experiences of producing asynchronous lessons for her students during the first lockdown.

Asynchronous Learning