Breakout Events

 

ATP 2016 Annual Conference University of Sussex

ATP Conference Sussex 2016 Breakout Programme

Please note, the first number refers to the session number and will correspond to the one in the breakout descriptions, the second number is the room where the breakout session will be held i.e. Deb Gajic is session 1 in room 155.

Friday session one 10.30 am

Friday session two 11.30 am

Friday breakout event one: 3.00 pm

1

155

Deb Gajic

Teaching research methods using mini practicals

2

G22

Jock McGinty

Academic Self-Efficacy

3

155

Deb Gajic

Mathematical requirements in A level Psychology

4

G22

Dr Steve Taylor

Beyond Genetics: The Nurture in Your Nature

5

Sue Standring, AQA

AQA – A-level Psychology new specification – Approach to Holistic marking

6

Jock McGinty, OCR

Teaching OCR AS/Year 1 – how was it for you?

7

Louise, WJEC/Eduqas

Making Maths Accessible to the Masses: Personal Investigations

8

Pearson/Edexcel

A level Psychology 2015 specification

9

Anna Horwitz

Snappy starters and speedy plenaries

10

Heather Taylor/Jenny Gu

An Introduction to Mindfulness

11

Dr Raj Persaud

Psychology Should Use More Fiction When Teaching Fact

12

Andy McCarthy

Private tutoring: Ways to supplement your income or work without the hassle of belonging to a school

Friday breakout event two: 4.30 pm

13

Karen Boswell, AQA

AQA – GCSE Psychology – New specification for teaching from 2017

14

Pearson/Edexcel

GCSE (9-1) Psychology – Launch event

15

Rachel Moody

Effective and enjoyable revision lessons

16

Punam Farmah

Specific Learning Difficulties and Inclusive learning

17

Prof Robin Banerjee

Peer relationships in childhood and adolescence: An interface between developmental psychology, group processes, and mental health

18

James Ravenhill

“I’m not that gay”: Exploring gay masculinities

19

Dr Rajshree Tewari

Teaching Psychology in India and organising international exchange programmes

20

Rachel Dodge, WJEC/Eduqas

Developing skills in psychology students

Saturday breakout event three: 9.00 am

21

Rachel Dodge WJEC/Eduqas

Introducing positive psychology to your school/college

22

Jock McGinty, OCR

Teaching OCR A-level Year 2 – looking forward to next year!

23

Emma Shakespeare

Strategies for closing the pupil premium gap

24

Dr Raj Persaud

Psychology Should Use More Fiction When Teaching Fact

25

Dr Paul Sparks

Psychological interventions to promote pro- environmental behaviour: some optimism, some cautionary notes!

26

TBC

27

Pearson/Edexcel

GCSE (9-1) Psychology – Launch event

28

Morag Williamson & Mette Lohmann, EFPTA

Communicate, connect, collaborate

Saturday breakout event four: 11.45 am

29

Sue Standring, AQA

AQA – A-level Psychology new specification – Approach to Holistic marking

30

Rachel Dodge, WJEC/Eduqas

Developing skills for psychology students

31

Joseph Sparks

Essay writing strategies and tools for truly effective peer-assessment.

32

Rachel Moody

Effective and enjoyable revision lessons

33

Cara Flanagan

Developing a deeper understanding of research methods

34

Lucinda Powell

Becoming Independent Learners

35

Mark Souter

Digital Delights to Dazzle the Darlings

36

Jamie Davies

Paperclips and Toasters: Critical Thinking in Psychology

Saturday breakout event five: 3.00 pm

37

Karen Boswell, AQA

AQA – GCSE Psychology – New specification for teaching from 2017

38

Joe Cocker

HIStory is HERstory too!

39

Katharine Moon

How to engage young people with challenging behaviours in the classroom

40

Charles Margerison

Confidence and Cultural Concept: How Students Learn from Amazing People

41

Deb Gajic

Mathematical requirements in A level Psychology

42

Stefan Marianski, Freud museum

Why teach the ‘weird’ theory?

43

Mandy Wood

Live International Webinar: Sixth year, seventh heaven; How to achieve top grades in IB Psychology

44

Matt Jarvis

Embedded learning & the hidden curriculum

Sunday breakout event six: 9 am

45

Rachel Dodge, WJEC/Eduqas

Introducing positive psychology to your school/college

46

Stefan Marianski, Freud Museum

Why teach the ‘weird’ theory?

47

Punam Farmah

A piece of mind: Mental health, mindfulness and knitting!

48

Helen Kitching

Keys to Success in GCSE Psychology

49

Karuna Saraswatee Rajiah

WORK – LIFE – BALANCE

50

Matt Jarvis

Embedded learning & the hidden curriculum

Sunday breakout event seven: 11.30 am

51

George Varvatsoulias

Presentation of the Cognitive Therapy Skills (CTS-R) in sessions with clients: A CBT Workshop

52

Deb Gajic

Active teaching ideas for AQA A level Psychology

53

Dr Eleanor Miles

Self-Regulation and Academic Success

54

Mark Souter

Digital Delights to Dazzle the Darlings

55

DART-P Kevin Wilson- Smith

Research Methods Pedagogy in a digital Age – Research, Resources and risk

56

Dr Kevin Silber

Maths Anxiety and the Teaching of Statistics

Please note, this programme may be subject to change at any time for reasons outside of the control of the organiser.