Glasgow

Improving Learning Through Dynamic Assessment

A training event by Fraser Lauchlan

 

Thursday 23rd May 2019

This one-day training is an invaluable opportunity for all educational psychologists and related professionals interested in improving their practice skills in dynamic assessment with one of the world leaders in this field.

The training will illustrate the practical approach outlined in Improving Learning in Dynamic Assessment using multimedia to show how the resource materials can be applied to real life cases.

Cost: £179* (fee includes copy of Improving Learning Through Dynamic Assessment - RRP: £29.99, and Tea/Coffee throughout the day)


Location:
Citizen M Hotel, 60 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G2 3BW. Google Maps

* Early Bird Booking Rate: Payable by 25.04.19. Full rate: £220.  Discounts for Trainee EPs


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To attend the workshop download and complete the application form then email to fraserlauchlan at live.com

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Programme For The Day - Thursday 23rd May 2019 (9.30-16.30)

Aims:  To revisit briefly the theory underlying dynamic assessment, build upon existing skills, consider some of the key underpinning concepts and approaches, look at some materials used in dynamic assessment (DA), and consider issues relating to putting DA into practice, including feedback and report writing.  Includes looking at video footage and real-life cases.
 
Approximate times:
                    
9.00-9.30  Arrival, registration and tea/coffee
 
9.30-9.45  Introduction and outline of the day.  Aims and objectives. 
 
9.45-10.15  Small group discussion/activity: Why should I use dynamic assessment?
        
10.15-11.00  Brief look at background theory and concepts underlying dynamic assessment
 
11.00-11.15  Tea/Coffee 

11.15-12.00  Moving from theory to practice: Considering mediated learning in detail
 
12.00-12-30  Introduction to the text book: Improving Learning Through Dynamic Assessment: A Practical Classroom Resource (by F. Lauchlan & D. Carrigan)

12.30-1.30  Lunch
 
1.30-2.45  Case study 1: John*.  Video footage and discussion, using the text book as a guide.
 
2.45-3.00  Tea/Coffee
 
3.00-4.00  Using non-standard (‘off the shelf’) materials dynamically. Video footage and discussion, using the text book as a guide.
 
4.00-4.30  Small group discussion: Where to go from here? What can I take from the training into my everyday practice? What are realistic targets?
 
* Names changed to ensure anonymity



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