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As term begins, join us for this workshop focusing on the fundamentals of excellent GCSE Citizenship Studies Teaching. We will explore pedagogy knowledge and skills in a friendly and supportive session. Ensuring you leave feeling confident to support your students in the coming year.

Kelly Allchin, an experienced Citizenship teacher and Assistant Principal for Personal Development in a large inner city school, will lead this session with Zoe Baker,  ACT’s Head of Education and Professional Development. Both Kelly and Zoe have extensive experience of teaching GCSE Citizenship students and will be able to answer your questions and offer practical advice that can be used in the classroom the next day. 

This workshop is not matched to any specific examination body, so no matter which specification your school follows you will find this workshop useful. In this 90 min session, you will look at question papers, explore the importance of both Citizenship knowledge and Citizenship concepts in your teaching, and learn what good pedagogy looks like in a GCSE Citizenship classroom.

When
September 11th, 2023 from  5:00 PM to  6:30 PM
Location
Via Zoom
United Kingdom
Event Fee(s)
Course fee
E-members £50.00
Individual members £25.00
Organisation members £25.00
School/college members £0.00