17 November 2021
From £30.00 per person
Aimed at both new and more experienced teachers, this event will focus on key principles of assessment for learning at different key stages in secondary geography.
Our speaker Dr Simon Oakes, author of Hodder’s best-selling Aiming for an A in Geography, will guide you through the process of designing valid and reliable tests and marking guidelines for use with your own students – including plenty of top tips and common pitfalls.
Delegates will be sent details of how to access the event approximately a week before the event. If this email does not reach you, please contact us (preferably before the day of the event). This event will be run online via Microsoft Teams.
This event is recognised by the Society as being suitable professional development for Chartered Geographer and may also be suitable for other professional accreditations.
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