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Sandagogy Sandringham's T&L Newsletter: Autumn 2020

Using new interactive boards in English: Read this blog from Steph Chandler about how she has been using the annotation and screen sharing functions on her classroom's new board in her teaching.

Time to remodel our explanations?Read this blog from Laura Maberly about how her use of a range of models has been improving her students' understanding of electricity. 

Blended Learning 2.0: You can explore the ideas shared at October's staff meeting here. They include approaches to hybrid teaching and excellent blended learning strategies from Kate Mouncey, Neil Miller, Debbie Chopping, Katie Wills, Christian Turton and Karen Roskilly.

Tackling common errors: Read this blog from Caroline Creaby about how she has been using Google Assignments to tackle her students' recurring errors.

Best Bets Podcast: Do have a listen to the Research School's new podcast. We have episodes on Pupil Premium, memory and neuroscience and science. Definitely worth listening to on Apple here, on Spotify here or on the web here.

How to support SEND students with EdTech: Read this blog from Katrina Clark about how she's using the functions of Edtech to best support her students with SEND.

Closing the vocabularly gap: Catch up with Kelly Bullbeck's teaching tip Loom video here about the rationale behind 'word of the week' and how can help close the vocabulary gap. You can read Kelly's short blog on the topic here.

Free webinars: The EdTech Demonstrator School and the Research School teams have been recording webinars this term which are free and available for you to watch: Reflections on the Virtual Learning CurriculumMetacognition, Formative Assessment, and Pupil Premium. Thanks to Mark Allday, Christian Turton, Karen Roskilly, Kate Mouncey and Caroline Creaby who feature in these webinars.