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This webinar will provide headteachers, subject leads and teachers with practical guidance and support on how to keep pupils motivated and implement a culture of learning during remote education, both when schools are required to close and when pupils are required to self-isolate.
In the traditional classroom, a number of factors contribute to pupil motivation, including association and competition with peers, positive reinforcement by teachers, and an end goal of achieving exam success.
The transition to remote education and cancellation of exams has weakened or removed these external stimuli. At the same time, schools are faced with the challenge of delivering to all pupils an engaging remote education curriculum which aligns with in-school provision.
In this webinar, Amanda Griffiths, senior school leader with over 20 years’ experience in education and leading school improvement, will provide practical advice on how to create a stimulating remote learning environment, so that pupils, including the most vulnerable, are motivated to succeed.