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Blended teaching in early years

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Sarah Horrocks and Peter Lillington on Tuesday 11th May 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of early years practitioners to explore their blended teaching strategies during the pandemic, including periods of home learning. Teachers shared examples from...
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Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching

This report, Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning, provides teachers and policymakers with an accessible resource on how to best support students through distance learning, with a particular focus on students where this may be most challenging – including students with SEND and younger students –...
Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching
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Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching

This report, Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning, provides teachers and policymakers with an accessible resource on how to best support students through distance learning, with a particular focus on students where this may be most challenging – including students with SEND and younger students –...
Education in times of crisis: Effective approaches to distance learning. Lisa-Maria Müller and Gemma Goldenberg, Chartered College of Teaching
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Creating a sense of belonging - Matt Ellis, reception teacher

Matt Ellis, reception teacher and computing lead at Rosendale Primary School explores the challenge of maintaining a sense of community and belonging between young children when they are unable to be together in person. Matt suggests that while whole class live calls can be difficult it can be helpful to...
Creating a sense of belonging – Matt Ellis, reception teacher
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Working with parents - Matt Ellis, reception teacher

Matt Ellis, reception teacher and computing lead at Rosendale Primary School, explains how parents can be a teacher’s most powerful ally in creating a successful online learning environment for pupils. It’s important for teachers to empathise with families and build constructive relationships; while it’s important that parents respect the teacher’s...
Working with parents – Matt Ellis, reception teacher
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Online safety in remote teaching - Matt Ellis, reception teacher

Matt Ellis, reception teacher and computing lead at Rosendale Primary School, explains how the need to communicate with pupils online has forced schools and society to rethink attitudes around online safety. While in the past it was generally considered inappropriate for teachers to contact pupils outside of school it is...
Online safety in remote teaching – Matt Ellis, reception teacher
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The early years classroom at home - Matt Ellis, reception teacher

Matt Ellis, reception teacher and computing lead at Rosendale Primary School, explains the challenges of recreating the early years classroom at home. Working closely with parents, Matt has found ways to simulate the kind of open, playful approach to learning that his pupils experience at school. Although this is difficult...
The early years classroom at home – Matt Ellis, reception teacher
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Remote learning design from reception to year 6 - Matt Ellis, reception teacher

Matt Ellis, reception teacher and computing lead at Rosendale Primary School, describes the shape of a school day while children are learning at home. The school has taken the approach of providing a daily video first thing in the morning, followed by a live Zoom session where the children can...
Remote learning design from reception to year 6 – Matt Ellis, reception teacher
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Using Seesaw to support dialogue - Matt Ellis, reception teacher

Matt Ellis, reception teacher and computing lead at Rosendale Primary School, talks about how he and his colleagues have been using Seesaw to support dialogue with pupils – not just to discuss their learning but to maintain a social connection. The impact of the pandemic has been felt by children,...
Using Seesaw to support dialogue – Matt Ellis, reception teacher
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