15 June 2022, 9.30am – 11.30am
Durham Leadership Centre, Spennymoor, DL16 6YP
A leadership briefing for primary school leaders and decision makers about what the latest developments from Apple mean for education.
Keynote from Abdul Chohan, a teacher of 20 years, director of Think Simple Ltd, founder of a free school in the UK, former CEO of a Multi Academy Trust in the UK, VP of Learning at Showbie and Apple Distinguished Educator.
The Education Endowment Fund (EEF) reports feedback as one of the most impactful and low-cost approaches to improving learning outcomes – and as one of the most powerful levers teachers have to improve learning. Join this session with Abdul Chohan, to uncover how an evidence-based approach to feedback can help you build or inform your organisation’s feedback policy, to improve the delivery of consistently high-quality feedback across your school, council or trust. Using the feedback framework from the EEF, Abdul will share important considerations and priorities that can help ensure student success. Throughout his presentation, Abdul will provide examples of high-quality feedback using Showbie, the hybrid learning platform that helps educators quickly and easily manage classroom workflow and deliver personalised feedback to students of all learning abilities.
Presentation and hands-on workshop: Explore the impact that the latest developments in Apple technology are having on teaching and learning
School story: Hear from a school about their vision and journey towards achieving impact on teaching and learning using Apple technology
Challenges and solutions: What are the barriers faced when adopting technology in the classroom? How can we overcome those barriers and how can an Apple Authorised Education Specialist support you?
The event will be hosted and presented by Jigsaw24 and Knetic Education in partnership with Education Durham.
Jigsaw24 are Apple’s biggest partner in the UK, the only partner to hold both of their key accreditations:
- Apple Authorised Education Specialist
- Apple Authorised Enterprise Reseller
Knetic Education has a vast range of classroom management and school improvement experience. While their main specialism is integrating learning technologies in the classroom, they are passionate about improving pedagogy.
One FREE place to schools who currently hold a Primary Computing Service Level Agreement with Education Durham or £40 for a partner, £60 for a non-partner.
Email CPD@durham.gov.uk for a booking form.