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    Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI)

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    Outline: Emma will share her experience from the 2023 series as an EAPI and practical moderator. She’ll unpick common issues and explore best practice along with a range of teaching strategies for preparing and assessing candidates in this unique examination.

     Focus:

    • common challenges - with suggested solutions
    • clarification of levels
    • assessing your students with confidence and accuracy
    • course materials including exemplars
    • specific lesson sequences/ideas to equip students
    • opportunity for discussion and Q&A

     Timings:

    1pm – 2:15pm          Session One

    2:15pm – 2:30pm    Break

    2:30pm – 3:45pm    Session Two

    3:45 – 4pm                Chat will remain open

     Tutor Profile – Emme Stephens

    • Director of Teaching and Quality at The 6th Form College Farnborough (an Ofsted outstanding college)
    • An expert in her field whose students consistently attain excellent examination results
    • Having taught all components of the OCR course for many years she has a wealth of knowledge and ideas to share
    • Highly experienced A-Level PE Senior Examiner (theory) and Practical Moderator (coursework), as well as a practised INSET tutor
    • Author of the PEfocus (OCR endorsed) ‘Sports Psychology’ Teacher Resource File
    • A keen netballer and traveller
    £115.00 .
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    Socio-cultural studies with Contemporary sporting issues With Wes Davis – Thursday 25th January – 9.30am – 12.30pm

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    Outline:  In this webinar Wes will explore the most recent contemporary issues in elite level sport. He will focus on exam requirements, offer great teaching ideas, and include crucial ‘game changing’ memorisation and exam technique throughout Focus: Responding to the 2023 exam series:
    • key takeaways from paper 3
    • tips for outstanding exam technique
    Emergence and evolution of modern sport
    • focus on post 1850 industrial Britain and public schools
    • revisiting and applying social and cultural factors across the time periods
    Ethics and deviance
    • exploring gambling and performance enhancing drugs/doping
    Commercialisation and media
    • applying a framework for the impacts of media on sport, performers and spectators
    Routes to sporting excellence in the UK – Memorisation ideas, classroom activities to embed learning and efficient/effective exam technique linked to:
    • the role of UK Sport and National Institutes in developing sporting excellent/high performance sport
    • strategies to address drop out at elite level
    Timings: 9.30 – 10.45      Session One 10.45 – 11.00      Break 11.00 – 12.15      Session Two 12.15 – 12.30      Chat will remain open Tutor Profile – Wes Davis
    • teaching and Learning Coordinator and Head of Sport at Worcester Sixth Form College
    • >16 years’ experience teaching all components of OCR A-Level PE
    • highly experienced A-level PE Examiner and Team Leader for a major awarding body
    • recently shortlisted for the TES and Worcestershire Education Awards teacher of the year award
    • experienced CPD provider.
    £115.00 .
    £115.00 .
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    £225.00 .
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    Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI) – Thursday 18 November | 9.30-12.30

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    Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI) - focusing on September 2021 changes to this part of the Non-examined assessment (NEA) Thursday 18 November  9.30-12.30 Outline: This event will explore the EAPI – notably the recent changes and what they mean for your delivery and student attainment.  Pete will unpick current issues and explore best practice along with a range of teaching strategies. There will be ample opportunity to raise questions – with a guarantee of straightforward, helpful and accurate answers! The sessions will include:
    • identification of Sept '21 EAPI changes - and how to apply them
    • common challenges – with workable solutions suggested
    • discussion and Q&A
    • comprehensive course materials
    Timings: 9.30 - 10.45       Session 1 10.45 - 11.00      Stretch / refresh / discuss 11.00 - 12.15      Session 2 12.15 - 12.30      Chat will remain open   Pete Bignell Pete is currently Director of Sport and Physical Education at Abingdon School. He is a highly experienced teacher of OCR A-level Physical Education, and having moderated the coursework element for over 15 years, became Principal Moderator in 2016. He enjoys all sports and plays as much golf as he can!
    £95.00 .
    £95.00 .
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    Biomechanics with Emma Stephens – Wednesday 24th January – 1pm – 4pm

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    Outline: This webinar will offer powerful tips, tools, techniques and ideas to bring biomechanics to life and make it accessible and enjoyable for all teachers and students! Course materials will be emailed before the event. Focus: Cracking biomechanics
    • building student confidence though the teaching of Newton’s Laws, calculations for linear motion and factors affecting air resistance/friction
    • applying centre of mass
    • making biomechanics accessible and fun!
    Teaching
    • angular motion
    • projectile motion
    Preparing students for the exam
    • revision strategies
    • hints and tips for top performance on the day
    Timings: 1.00 – 2.15       Session One 2.15 – 2.30      Stretch break /refresh/ discussion 2.30 – 3.45      Session Two 3.45 – 4.00     Chat will remain open Tutor Profile – Emma Stephens
    • director of Teaching and Quality at The 6th Form College Farnborough (an Ofsted outstanding college)
    • an expert in her field whose students consistently attain excellent examination results
    • having taught all components of the OCR course for many years she has a wealth of knowledge and ideas to share
    • highly experienced A-Level PE Senior Examiner (theory) and Practical Moderator (coursework), as well as a practised INSET tutor
    • author of the PEfocus (OCR endorsed) ‘Sports Psychology’ Teacher Resource File
    • a keen netballer and traveller
    £115.00 .
    £115.00 .
  • £95.00 .

    Non-Examined Assessment (NEA) – all you need to know and all your questions answered

    Outline: This session will explore the challenges faced when delivering the NEA in differing centre types - especially during the pandemic.  Pete will discuss current issues and best practice, while suggesting a range of solutions and teaching strategies.    There will be ample opportunity to raise questions – with a guarantee of straightforward, clear and accurate answers!   The webinar will include:
    • practical and EAPI
    • common challenges faced with solutions suggested
    • discussion and Q&A
    • comprehensive course materials (emailed before the event)
      Timings: 1.30 – 2.45     Session 1 2.45 - 3.00      Stretch / refresh / discuss 3.00 - 3.15      Session 2 3.15 - 3.30      Chat will remain open   Pete Bignall
    • is Director of Sport and Physical Education at Abingdon School
    • a highly experienced teacher of OCR A-level Physical Education
    • a professional, experienced Senior Moderator – with a clear understanding of the marking criteria
    • Pete oversees the annual Standardisation weekend for coursework moderators (practical and EAPI)
    • enjoys golf, a good coffee, a good book and regular running
    £95.00 .
    £95.00 .
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    Skill Acquisition with Sport Psychology With Wes Davis Friday 26th January 9.30am -12.30pm

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    Outline: This webinar will explore a variety of teaching and learning strategies as well as essential examination technique. With a focus on Skill Acquisition and Sports Psychology, it will offer innovative strategies for memorising and evaluating challenging topic areas and explore the concept of interleaving and cognitive load to develop strong AO3 skills. It is suitable for teachers at all levels of experience. Course materials will be emailed before the event. Focus: Responding to the 2023 exam series • key takeaways from paper 2tips for outstanding exam technique Using innovative frameworks to compare topics: • Stages of learning • Practice types • Social facilitation and social inhibitation Creative approaches to explaining and evaluating: • Learning theories • Personality theories • Aggression theories • Craik and Lockhart's Levels of Processing Model • Reducing cognitive load with streamlined explanations Effective study strategies • Encouraging students to work independently Timings: 9.30 – 10.45      Session One 10.45 – 11.00      Stretch break /refresh / discussion 11.00 – 12.15      Session Two 12.15 – 12.30      Chat will remain open Tutor Profile – Wes Davis • teaching and Learning Coordinator and Head of Sport at Worcester Sixth Form College • >16 years’ experience teaching all components of OCR A-Level PE • highly experienced A-level PE Examiner and Team Leader for a major awarding body • recently shortlisted for the TES and Worcestershire Education Awards teacher of the year award • experienced CPD provider
    £115.00 .
    £115.00 .
  • £115.00 .

    New to OCR A-Level PE

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    Outline: New to Teaching OCR A-level PE? Whether you are a teacher who has changed exam boards or an early career teacher, this is the course for you! Wes will guide you through the requirements of the specification - both written examination and Non-Examined Assessment (NEA). A clear emphasis on lesson sequencing, understanding exam command words and innovative teaching and learning strategies will be sure to increase confidence as you start teaching the course. There will be ample opportunity to ask questions – with a guarantee of straightforward, supportive and reliable answers. Focus:
    • what all new teachers wish they knew when starting teaching OCR A-level PE

    ➢ unpicking the specification, mark schemes and examiners reports ➢ exam requirements for papers 1, 2 and 3 ➢ accurate and efficient assessment of the NEA (Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement and practical) ➢ lesson sequencing to optimise learning ➢ strategies to ensure recall of the more challenging areas of the course

    • discussion and Q&A
    • comprehensive course materials will be emailed before the event.
    Timings: 9am-10.15am            Session One 10.15am-10.30am     Break 10.30am -11.45am    Session Two 11.45am – 12pm       Chat will remain open Tutor Profile – Wes Davis • Teaching and Learning Coordinator and Head of Sport at Worcester Sixth Form College • >16 years’ experience teaching all components of OCR A-Level PE • Highly experienced A-level PE Examiner and Team Leader for a major awarding body • Recently shortlisted for the TES and Worcestershire Education Awards teacher of the year award • Experienced CPD provider
    £115.00 .
    £115.00 .
  • £110.00 .
    £110.00 .