Breakout Programme 2013

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 103. All breakout rooms are situated on the same floor and very close to each other.

Friday Session One: 10.30am

1

103

Deb Gajic

Teaching Outstanding Psychology Lessons

2

102

Laura Quaife

Are you working harder than them?

 

Friday Session Two:  11.30am

3

103

Helene Ansell

How to use evidence and evaluate effectively

4

102

Andrew ‘Jock’ McGinty

Supporting Teachers New and ‘Old’ to Psychology

 

Friday Breakout event one: 3.00pm

5

74/75

TBC

WJEC AS (Exam board workshop)

6

98

Harriet Ennis

Café TED

7

102

Dr Richard Stephens/Dr John Hegarty

Using computer animations to bring statistics to life/Psychology for healing the mind and saving the planet – an introduction to ecopsychology and ecotherapy.

8

100

Jacqui Hastewell

Extending methods skills at the end of Y12

9

98

Dr Pete Lonsdale

Using technology to support teaching in Psychology”

10

78/79

Richard Gross

Some thoughts on grief and fear of our own mortality

 

Friday Breakout event two:  4.30pm

11

74/75

TBC

WJEC A2 (Exam Board workshop)

12

103

Dr Sue Sherman/Dr Emee Estacio

False memory: some recent research findings/ Internationalising learning and teaching in Psychology

13

102

Stella Dudzic

Statistical Understanding in A-level psychology

14

98

Gijsbert Stoet

How to teach and demonstrate cognitive psychological experiments in an easy way using free novel tools

15

99

Fiona Lintern/Julia Russell

MSc Teaching of Psychology at Glyndwr University

16

78/79

Evie Bentley

Bonding… (not “Bondage”)!

17

100

Patrick L. Hylton & Paul A. Goddard

The PK-Test

 

Saturday Breakout event three: 9.00am

18

100

Mark Souter

Engaging and tracking students – quick ways to put ‘Socrative’ to work in learning psychology

19

78/79

Aidan Harvey-Craig

Planning for when we’re not there

20

74/75

Morag Williamson & Dorothy Coombs

Psychology Teachers – Europe needs you!

21

102

Cara Flanagan

AQA A AS masterclass

22

98

Emma Shakespeare

Demonstrating progress within lessons.

23

99

Kylie Crawley

Teaching GCSE Psychology

 

Saturday Breakout event four:  11.45am

24

102

Dr Julia Russell

 

Pearson  (Edexcel) (Exam Board workshop) Sponsored by Pearson. Teaching and learning in A level, ideas to keep you and your students on track

25

100

Deb Gajic

Active Learning in Psychology

26

74/75

Helen Jones/Alex Baxendale

Transition – A Student’s Perspective (Sponsored by Bangor University)

27

78/79

Jenna  Condie

Using social media to enhance learning and engage students

28

99

Karen Duffy

Training to teach psychology – recommendations from the Chicheley Hall report

29

98

Matt Jarvis

Using ICT to teach psychology

30

103

Molly Marshall OCR

OCR (Exam board workshop) Practical Research in GCE Psychology

 

Saturday Breakout event five:  3.00pm

31

99

Trevor Dunn

States of Mind: Psychology of Terrorism

32

78/79

Vivien Louizos

& John Graves

New Opportunity for Psychology teachers: How about teaching life coaching?

33

102

Guy Sutton

Genetics for Psychologists

34

74/75

Laura Quaife

Are you working harder than them?!

35

102

Helene Ansell

How to use evidence and the IDA’s effectively.

36

100

Mandy Wood

The flipped classroom

 

Sunday Breakout event six:  9.00am

37

98

Guy Sutton

Catching Up With Brain Research

38

102

Clara Flanagan

AQA A A2 masterclass

39

78/79

Emma Shakespeare

From modular to linear: managing change

40

99

Janet Brennan

Are you interested in gaining QTLS? But don’t know where to start?

41

100

Matt Jarvis

Using ICT to teach psychology

 

Sunday Breakout event seven:  11.30am

42

78/79

Celia Bone

Strategies to support  sixth form students learn independently

43

98

Dr George Varvatsoulias

Cognitive-behavioural therapy/Schema therapy: Different methodologies or angles of the same psychotherapeutic approach?

44

75/75

Helen Kitching

Updating the Ethical competencies

 

45

100

Joe Cocker

Homo carapaciatus   (Backpacker  man) – Towards a Psychology of Travel

46

99

Heather Taylor

An introduction to on-line marking