Webinars

Inspiration for inside and outside the classroom

Join us for a webinar to learn how to get the most out of Oak. All videos are recorded, captioned and uploaded after each event.

  • Lesson planning

    31 March 2022

    Effective Feedback: a practical guide to using feedback to enhance student learning

    Join Oak's Curriculum Manager, Elisabeth Pugh, as she discusses how to use effective feedback to enhance pupils' learning. This webinar covers: How to deliver pupils feedback to enhance learning Examples of effective and ineffective feedback How to use Oak's quizzes to support the feedback process Who it's for: Primary and secondary classroom teachers Heads of department Further resources If you found this workshop helpful, here are some additional resources to help support your in-class teaching: Explore our Lesson and Resource Directory for a full list of lessons, filtered by subject and key stage (including Teacher Hub links). Take a look at our curriculum maps. For each subject and key stage there is a map that provides: an overview of the curriculum principles we’ve followed; details about all units of work in each subject and key stage; one or more optional sequences you can teach them in.

  • Curriculum planning

    17 March 2022

    Training new teachers: creating a coherent curriculum that models the science of learning

    Watch Oak's Head of Curriculum Design, Emma McCrea, as she discusses how to create a coherent curriculum that models the science of learning when training new teachers. This webinar covers: What are the features of good curriculum design in ITT and novice teacher programmes? How can we use curriculum design to help trainee and new teachers truly understand and apply the science of learning in their practice? Who it's for: ITE : university tutors, school based mentors, SCITTs Further resources If you found this workshop helpful, here are some additional resources to help support your in-class teaching: Explore our Lesson and Resource Directory for a full list of lessons, filtered by subject and key stage (including Teacher Hub links). Take a look at our curriculum maps. For each subject and key stage there is a map that provides: an overview of the curriculum principles we’ve followed; details about all units of work in each subject and key stage; one or more optional sequences you can teach them in.

  • Lesson planning

    9 March 2022

    Ensuring pupils are confident and prepared for SATs

    Join Oak's Primary Curriculum Design Lead, Katie Marl, and Head of School Support, Rachel Strom, as they discuss how to make use of Oak's resources to ensure pupils are prepared for this year's KS2 SATS. Ideal for year 6 classroom teachers. This webinar covers: How to make the most of Oak's resources, in and out of the classroom to support pupils. How to use Oak to plan booster lessons and intervention. How to support pupils and parents to use Oak's resources for independent study or homework. How to use Oak's new SATs preparation schedule. Who it's for Primary teachers Further resources If you found this workshop helpful, here are some additional resources to help support your in-class teaching: Explore our Lesson and Resource Directory for a full list of lessons, filtered by subject and key stage (including Teacher Hub links). Take a look at our curriculum maps. For each subject and key stage there is a map that provides: an overview of the curriculum principles we’ve followed; details about all units of work in each subject and key stage; one or more optional sequences you can teach them in.

  • Lesson planning

    17 February 2022

    How Oak can reduce your workload and support in your training year and beyond

    Oak's Primary Curriculum Design Lead, Katie Marl, provides practical advice for using Oak to help reduce workload and support you in becoming a fantastic teacher in your training year and beyond. This webinar covers How to use Oak's resources to: Familiarise yourself with new topics Learn from experienced teachers Save time lesson planning Deliver great lessons Who it's for Primary and secondary trainee teachers Further resources If you found this webinar helpful, here are some additional resources to help support your in-class teaching: Explore our Lesson and Resource Directory for a full list of lessons, filtered by subject and key stage (including Teacher Hub links). Take a look at our curriculum maps. For each subject and key stage there is a map that provides: an overview of the curriculum principles we’ve followed; details about all units of work in each subject and key stage; one or more optional sequences you can teach them in.