Webinar Duration: 51 minutes (approx.)
This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with practical guidance on strengthening assessment and feedback strategies for history at primary level through the deployment of evidence-based practice aligned with government expectations. It is the latest in our subject-specific webinar series on enhancing teaching and learning.
Assessment and feedback are key components of the recovery curriculum, helping teachers to address a diverse range of learning needs as a result of disruption to schooling, including knowledge loss, misconceptions and attainment gaps. An effective assessment and feedback strategy should also take account of the distinct characteristics of the subject being taught and unique school environment.
In this webinar, Andrew Wrenn, experienced history education consultant, national assessor, teacher, trainer, writer and adviser, will explain how schools can evaluate the impact of current history provision, determine assessment priorities, track learning and build on understanding so that all pupils, including the least and most able, can move closer to ambitious academic goals.