Comprehending Comprehension: Making the Invisible, Visible - Tony Whatmuff
Comprehending Comprehension: Making the Invisible, Visible
The Oxford Expert Speaker Programme brings the best known experts in education to events across the UK to share new ways of thinking about teaching and learning.
Tony Whatmuff has worked in primary and secondary schools in Merseyside, London and the Midlands for 25 years, continually researching and uncovering new things about effective teaching and learning in literacy. For the last 15 years Tony has been a literacy specialist across KS1-4, as well as working with University College London and the Institute of Education. Tony continues to be passionate about improving young people’s attainment and providing engaging, effective learning experiences in school.
This session is sponsored by Oxford University Press, and hosted by Stanbridge Primary School, Bristol.
Characteristics of reading comprehension and barriers some pupils experience
Gaining quick insights into what comprehension strategies pupils may be using or neglecting: tools for adults to use
Classroom strategies to boost attainment in reading comprehension.Helping pupils feel confident in test reading -some best practice approaches to boost attainment in national assessments
What now? Back at school, how does change happen?
Who should attend?
Subject leaders, Literacy Coordinators and Senior Leader Team.
How many places are available?
Two places per school.
Registration for this event is from 09.00am
Refreshments and Lunch
Tea, coffee and lunch are provided free of times
For enquiries, email ZXZlbnRzIHwgb3VwICEgY29t