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  1. 1. I have emboldened + underlinephrases thatare identical. Resourcd webinars Tutor2U webinars Title AQA Active Teaching Ideas for Year 1 (AS) Psychology with Deb Gajic Do you want to teach active and engaging Year 1
Psychology lessons? Date September 13th at 5:00pm - 6:00pm September 13th at 5:00pm - 6:00pm Content This webinar will focus on AS -Components 1 and 2 (Year 1) of the AQA NEW specification.The focus will beon teaching. You will begiven innovativeand activeideas for deliveringthese components to students effectively. Strategies for making the content accessibleto lower ability students and stretch and challengefor the more ablewill bediscussed. We will also look briefly atthe new assessmentrequirements and how to ensure students can access top grades. Upgrade your lessons from ‘good’ to ‘outstanding’! There will be an opportunity for sharinggood practiceand discussion. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide you with innovative ideas for deliveringactiveand engaging Year 1 Psychology lessons.You will beprovided with strategies to make the content accessible for lower ability students, as well as stretch and challenge strategies to help your students access top grades. Finally,there will bean opportunity for discussion and questions & answers. AQA Component 3 – The Compulsory Topic: – Issues and Debates in Psychology with Deb Gajic Do you know how to embed issues and debates into your everyday Psychology lessons? September 15th at 5:00pm - 6:00pm September 15th at 5:00pm - 6:00pm This webinar will focus on issues and debates in psychology.Specifically:  Gender and culture: Alpha and beta bias, ethnocentrism and cultural relativism  Free will & determinism  Nature-nurture  Reductionism& Holism  Idiographic and nomothetic approaches The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide you with strategies to embed the issues and debates into your everyday Psychology lessons. Amongst the issues and debates we’ll consider are: - free will & determinism
 - idiographic and nomothetic approaches - ethnocentrism and cultural relativism
  2. 2.  Ethics and Socially sensitiveresearch The focus will be on teaching.You will begiven innovativeand active ideas for deliveringthese components to students effectively. We will discusshowto make the learning‘stick’and enable students to make synoptic links to other topics.Strategies for makingthe content accessibleto lower ability students and stretch and challengefor the more ablewill also bediscussed.Wewill also look atthe assessment requirements of this topic and how to ensure students can access top grades. Upgrade your lessons from‘good’ to ‘outstanding’! There will be an opportunity for sharinggood practiceand discussion. - reductionism & holism In addition,we will also examinethe assessment requirements for issues and debates and provide an opportunity for discussion and questions & answers. AQA: Feedback from the AS exams with Cara Flanagan What can we learn from the AS Psychology (AQA) Year 1 exams? September 21stat 4:30pm - 5:30pm September 21stat 4:30pm - 5:30pm We finally havesome real information aboutthe new AS standards.This coursewill look atthe markingfrom the summer exams and consider the ‘lessons to be learned’ with reference to issues raised in the Report on the Exam. Implicationsfor Alevel will bediscussed. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to examine the marking of the Year 1 AS summer exams and consider what lessons can be learned, with reference to the issues raised in the Examiner’s Report. In addition, implications for the Year 2 A-Level will also be discussed, with an opportunity for questions & answers. AQA Component 3 – Options:- Relationships with Deb Gajic How to make your students fall in lovewith relationships(the AQA Paper 3 topic,that is...) September 22nd at 5:00pm - 6:00pm September 22nd at 5:00pm - 6:00pm This webinar will focus on the topic of relationships. Specifically:  Evolutionary explanationsfor partner preferences: sexual selection and human reproductivebehaviour  Attraction: self-disclosure,physical attractiveness (matching hypothesis),filter theory, social demography,similarities in attitude and complementarity The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide you with a selection of ideas for deliveringactiveand engaging Year 2 Relationships lessons. You will beprovided with lesson ideas/strategies to bringthis topic alive, as well as differentiated content to make the content accessible for lower ability students, as well as stretch and challenge strategies to help your students access the top grades. Finally,there will bean opportunity
  3. 3.  Theories of romantic relationships:Social exchangetheory, equity theory, Rusbult’s investment model of commitment, satisfaction, comparison with alternatives and investment. Duck’s phase model of relationship breakdown:intra-psychic,dyadic,social and grave dressing.  Virtual relationshipsin social media;self-disclosureand absenceof gating  Parasocial relationships:levels of parasocial relationships, absorption addiction model and attachment theory The focus will be on teaching.You will begiven innovativeand active ideas for deliveringthis topic to students effectively. We will discuss how to make the learning‘stick’and strategies for making the content accessibleto lower ability students and stretch and challengefor the more ablewill also bediscussed.Wewill also look atthe assessment requirements of this topic and how to ensure students can access top grades. Upgrade your lessons from‘good’ to ‘outstanding’! There will be an opportunity for sharinggood practiceand discussion. for discussion and questions & answers. Teaching Edexcel Psychology for the firsttime with Ali Abbas Are you new to A- Level Psychology (Edexcel)
this September? September 26th at 4.30-5.30pm September 26th at 4.30-5.30pm This webinar is aimed towards those teachingEdexcel for the firsttime from September 2016. It will addresslessonslearned fromthe firstyear of the new specification and go through key issues to ensure a successful delivery of the AS / A level. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide an overview of the new A-Level Edexcel specification,for thoseteaching this specification from September 2016. We will examine what lessons can be learned from the first year of the new specification and go through key issues encountered to ensure you areready for this year. There will also bean opportunity for discussion and questions & answers. Teaching Edexcel Paper 2 Clinical Psychology and theApplications with Ali Abbas Do you know how this year’s Edexcel Paper 2 has changed & how itwill affect your teaching
  4. 4. September 27th at 4:30pm - 5:30pm September 27th at 4:30pm - 5:30pm This webinar is aimed towards those teachingthe compulsory Clinical Psychology section and the three options (Child Criminological and Health). It will address themain changes and understandingthe structure of Year 2 for the new specification alongwith bestapproaches to teach the content in paper 2. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to examine the compulsory Clinical Psychology section and the three optional topics (child, criminology and health). We will also examinethe main changes in terms of the Year 2 structure and provide some practical ideas for teaching& learningin year 2. There will also bean opportunity for discussion and questions & answers. AQA: An overview of Year 2 with Cara Flanagan What do you really need to know when planningYear 2 Psychology & have you REALLY chosen the best Paper 3 options September 28th at 4:30pm - 5:30pm September 28th at 4:30pm - 5:30pm A review of the compulsory topics for A level (issues and debates, research methods and biopsychology) and a review of the options topics.We will consider howmuch you actually need to cover to help make the content more manageable. Other topics will includethe revision,the A level standard and the implications of the fact that this is no longer an essay-focused exam. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to review the compulsory A- Level topics, including issues & debates, research methods and biopsychology, to ensure that you have fully covered the specification.In addition,you will be provided with hints & tips on which optional topics to selectto make the content more manageable. Furthermore, you will consider the implicationsof the new A-Level exam and the removal of 24- mark essays!Finally,therewill be an opportunity for questions & answers. Feedback on the firstset of Edexcel AS exams 2016 with Ali Abba What can we learn from the AS Psychology (Edexcel) Year 1 exams? October 3rd at 4:30pm - 5:30pm October 3rd at 4:30pm - 5:30pm This webinar will address lessonslearned fromthe firstyear of the new specification and go through the key themes highlighted in the examiners reports and mark schemes to ensure a successful delivery of the AS / A level. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to examine the marking of the Year 1 AS summer exams and consider whatlessons can be learned,with reference to the issues raised in the Examiner’s Report. In addition, implications for the Year 2 A-Level will also bediscussed,with an opportunity for questions & answers.
  5. 5. Running a Successful Psychology Department with Deb Gajic Do you want to run an ‘outstanding’ Psychology department? October 4th at5:00pm - 6:00pm October 4th at5:00pm - 6:00pm This webinar is for current subjectleaders who wish to improve standards or aspiringleaders.The focus will beon improvingteaching and learningwithin a psychology department in order to achieve outstandingprogress and results.We will look atself-evaluation and how to use data effectively. We will discuss howto tackleissues and problems and us performance management as an effective tool. We will also briefly look atthe new OFSTED requirements. There will be an opportunity for sharinggood practiceand discussion. Are you a Subject Leader or Head of Department, with the ambition of runningan outstandingPsychology department? Then this webinar is for you. This FREE 45-minute webinar will focus on improvingteaching & learningwithin a Psychology department to help you achieve outstanding progress and results. Duringthis webinar we will consider assessmentfor learningand how to use data effectively, whilealso consideringtools for self-evaluation.Finally,we will examine the new OFSTED requirements, whileprovidingan opportunity for questions and answers. AQA Component 3 – Options:– Schizophrenia with Deb Gajic Are you teaching schizophrenia (AQAPaper 3) for the firsttime? October 6th at5-6pm October 6th at5-6pm This webinar will focus on the topic of schizophrenia.Specifically: – 1. Classification of schizophrenia:positiveand negativesymptoms, reliability and validity in diagnosis,co-morbidity,cultureand gender bias and symptom overlap 2. Biological explanationsfor schizophrenia;genetics,dopamine hypothesis and neural correlates 3. Psychological explanations:family dysfunction and cognitive explanations 4. Drug therapy: typical and atypical antipsychotics 5. CBT and family therapy, token economies 6. Interactionistapproach:diathesis-stressmodel The focus will be on teaching.You will begiven innovativeand active ideas for deliveringthis topic to students effectively. We will discuss how to make the learning‘stick’and strategies for making the content The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide you with a selection of ideas for deliveringactiveand engaging Year 2 Schizophrenia lessons. You will beprovided with lessons ideas/strategies to bringthis topic alive, as well as differentiated content to make the content accessible for lower ability students, as well as stretch and challenge strategies to help your students access the top grades. Finally,there will bean opportunity for discussion and questions & answers.
  6. 6. accessibleto lower ability students and stretch and challengefor the more ablewill also bediscussed.Wewill also look atthe assessment requirements of this topic and how to ensure students can access top grades. Upgrade your lessons from‘good’ to ‘outstanding’! There will be an opportunity for sharinggood practiceand discussion. The New Maths Requirements in Psychology with Deb Gajic Do you know to make your Maths teaching‘add up’
in Psychology? October 11th at 5:00pm - 6:00pm October 11th at 5:00pm - 6:00pm Within the new 2015 A level Psychology specifications10%of the marks availablewill befor assessmentof mathematics (in the context of psychology) ata Level 2 standard or higher. Lower level mathematics may still beassessed,butwill notcount towards the 10%. This new requirement is a concern for many teachers; either because they are worried about how to supportlower level students or not confident about their own subject knowledge in this area.This workshop aims to demystify maths, change negative mindsets and providepractical and fun ways to teach this in the context of Psychology. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide you with strategies/ideas for embedding Maths teaching into your everyday psychology lessons.In the new A-Level Psychology specification approximately 10%of the marks are available for assessment of mathematics skills,which is a concern for many teachers and students. The purpose of this webinar is to make you feel more confident in your delivery of the Maths content and ensure your students don’t loseeasy marks in their real exams. AQA Component 3 – Options:– Forensic Psychology with Deb Gajic Creating ‘lawand order’ in your psychology classroom:practical ideasfor teaching forensic October 13th at 5-6pm October 13th at 5-6pm This webinar will focus on the topic of forensic psychology.Specifically:  Problems in definingcrime: Ways of measuringcrime, official statistics,victimsurveys and offender surveys  Offender profiling:top-down, bottom-up, investigativepsychology and geographical profiling  Biological explanations:atavisticform,genetics and neural explanations  Psychological explanations:Eysenck’s theory of the criminal The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to provide you with a selection of ideas for deliveringactiveand engaging Year 2 Forensic lessons.You will beprovided with lessons ideas/strategies to bringthis topic alive, as well as differentiated content to make the content accessible for lower ability students, as well as stretch and challenge strategies to help your students access the top grades. Finally,therewill be an opportunity for discussion and questions & answers.
  7. 7. personality,cognitiveexplanations(moral reasoning,attribution), differential association and psychodynamic explanations  Dealingwith offender behaviour:Aims of custodial sentencingand its effects. Recidivism.Behaviour modification,anger management and restorative justiceprogrammes The focus will be on teaching.You will begiven innovativeand active ideas for deliveringthis topic to students effectively. We will discuss how to make the learning‘stick’and strategies for making the content accessibleto lower ability students and stretch and challengefor the more ablewill also bediscussed.Wewill also look atthe assessment requirements of this topic and how to ensure students can access top grades. Upgrade your lessons from‘good’ to ‘outstanding’! There will be an opportunity for sharinggood practiceand discussion AQA Psychology:Understanding AQA markingwith Cara Flanagan Do you understand how to examine usingAQA’s ‘holistic’marking? November 2nd at 4:30pm - 5:30pm November 2nd at 4:30pm - 5:30pm The session focuses on markingAS and A level essays as well as marking research methods and application questions,usingexamquestions from the summer exam. This session is aimed atthose who are new to AQA marking. The aimof this FREE 45-minute webinar is to examine holistic markingof AS and A-Level essays, as well as the marking of research methods and application questions, using samplequestions and exam questions from this year’s summer exam. The session is aimed at all those who are new to AQA marking and will providean opportunity for discussion and questions and answers.

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