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Breakouts will be one-hour-long subject-based panel discussions. The panels will include teachers, Cambridge staff and experts. They will share their practical tips for effective Assessment for Learning in these uncertain times. There will be opportunities for attendees to share their own practice and ask questions, as well as to reflect on what we learnt from our keynote speaker.
Our breakout sessions are fully booked but recordings will be made available for all sessions.
08:30 or 14:00 GMT, Tuesday 1 December 2020
For those teaching Maths and Science subjects. Our panellists will include both Maths and Science experts and they will share ideas which are easily applied across different subjects in this disciplinary area.
Panel Chair: Melise Camargo, Education Manager, Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Staff Expert: Tabitha Gould, Framework Developer, Cambridge Maths.
08:30 or 14:00 GMT, Wednesday 2 December 2020
For those teaching any of the subjects in this disciplinary area. While we cannot include every subject on the panel, we have made sure that our panellists represent a range across these subjects. They will share ideas which are easily applied across different subjects in this area.
Staff Expert: Victoria Renfro, Continuing Professional Development Delivery Manager, Cambridge Learning for Schools (UK & International) Cambridge University Press.
08:30 or 14:00 GMT, Thursday 3 December 2020
For those with strategic leadership roles. We will discuss effective AfL from a whole-school perspective. All those involved in the panel are either current or former school leaders.
Panel Chair: Anna Smith, Senior Education Manager, Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Staff Expert: Lee Davis, Interim Director Teaching and Learning, Cambridge Assessment International Education.