Christmas Lecture Series - Institute of Education

Are you considering coming to study with us to do teacher training?

These Christmas Lectures are an opportunity to meet with the Academic Teams, to become familiar with the University and to begin your personal journey into the magical world of Learning and Teaching.

Taking place at our home of Education, the Walsall Campus, the Christmas Lectures will be a festive treat. Whether you're interested in a course or have already applied and want a flavour of what to expect, anyone is welcome.

 

Teachers as Transformers, the Inspirational Educators Christmas GCSE English Quiz

Crafts Across The Curriculu

Date: Thursday 7th December 2017

Time: 4pm refreshments and registraion, 4:30pm lecture start

Speaker: Dot Heslop, Senior Lecturer in Secondary Education

Date: Tuesday 12th December 2017

Time: 4:30pm start

Speaker: Howard Scott, Lecturer in Post Compulsory Education

Date: Wednesday 13th December 2017

Time: 4:30pm start

Speaker: Lisa Bramwell, Lecturer in Primary Education and Vivienne Hayes, Oakham Primary School

Teachers as Transformers, the Inspirational Educators

Do you want to stand out in a crowd of teachers by:-

Being the best transformer of lives?

Consistently manage learning and progress for the diversity of pupils?

Promoting a  love of learning and children’s intellectual curiosity?

Exploring, developing and honing your philosophy, knowledge, understanding, attributes and skills as a teacher of children and young people?

Find out how Initial Teacher Education at the University of Wolverhampton will support you to rise to the challenge of teaching the hardest to reach, have the choice of inspiring learners within mainstream, specialist provision whether in Early Years, Primary, Secondary or PCE, whilst pushing all learners including the gifted and talented, to aspire to attaining their potential.

An excellent  flavour and start to your teacher training!

Christmas GCSE English Quiz

 

A seasonal-based quiz that supports the learning of English literacy through a pedagogy incorporating games, technology, multimodal communication, grouped tasks, active learning and confectionary rewards.

 

Come along and participate to see how the teaching of challenging content can be made accessible, fun and relevant in a motivating method to students of this subject.

 

Crafts Across ThCurriculu

 

As the 25th December approaches, Christmas becomes a focus.

 

This lecture will have a range of cross curricular craft activities appropriate for primary school aged children, allowing you to add to your increasing knowledge of learning activities and approaches to teaching.

 

 

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Eventbrite - Choose to Teach - Open Evening

Eventbrite - Choose to Teach - Open Evening

If you have any questions please contact education-enquiries@wlv.ac.uk