Linking History and English for Impact
We shall consider where the two disciplines of English and History interrelate and, to a large extent, overlap to support pupils' learning overall.
The 2014 History National Curriculum requires that "Teaching should equip pupils to ask perceptive questions, think critically, weigh evidence, sift arguments, and develop perspective and judgement."
During the session we shall consider how we can develop pupils' skills in Spoken Language and their range of vocabulary knowledge whilst promoting high-quality historical enquiry and understanding
We shall do this through exploring a range of resources actively, including: artefacts, pictures, photographs and written sources
Newly Qualified Teachers Induction Conference: Welcome to Derbyshire
This Conference welcomes all NQT's as they begin their teaching career in Derbyshire.
The day will provide you with:
• Opportunities that will complement and enhance your Initial Teacher Education
• NQT induction guidance
• Up-to-date E-safety guidance for professional teaching practice
• Effective behaviour management strategies
• Networking opportunities, and essential input from a successful Recently Qualified Teacher (RQT)
NB. Attending the NQT Conference (either in September, October 2019 or January 2020) additionally entitles the NQT to attend our useful NQT network meetings (February / May 2020 at John Hadfield House) to continue their knowledge in such areas as evidencing their progress against the Teaching Standards, a guide to writing reports; and introductions to subject leadership and performance management.