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NPQML Final Assessment

NPQML Final Assessment

The complete final assessment submitted as part of the NPQML course. I have excluded sensitive details of names and schools including the action plan which was sensitive in material (don't forget to include your action plan!). The project was submitted in 2016 with a very good rating given for the project. The project was focused on raising attainment in lower band groups through various interventions across various departments. I hope you find it useful!
thomas_holt
Creativity- Get the spark back!

Creativity- Get the spark back!

Article by writer, teacher and early years consultant (KSEY Consultancy) on how to move away from templates and colouring in. Practical ways to improve creativity in your classroom.
kseyconsultancy
The Science of Revision- Study Skills

The Science of Revision- Study Skills

This is a PowerPoint I put together when I was looking for a presentation about revision/study tips! This includes brief descriptions with research about: - Revision techniques - Snacking and meals - Revision schedules - Music and studying - Exercise - Sleep and use of phones Enjoy!
Naadiya
Essay vs. Research Paper

Essay vs. Research Paper

DESCRIPTION: This is a table that shows the different characteristics between writing an essay and writing a research paper. GROUP: This information is suitable for the reference of both instructors and students at secondary and tertiary levels. PERSONALTESTIMONY: I use this comparative table to inform students taking my academic writing course how to distinguish between the two tasks.
Zuraiyni
Wellbeing in Teaching

Wellbeing in Teaching

Read my free guide to making sure you achieve a good work life balance this school year. Offering top tips on what you can do when things get a little bit too much.
kseyconsultancy
Editing & Proofreading Checklist

Editing & Proofreading Checklist

DESCRIPTION: This is a colorful 2-page editing and proofreading checklist for research paper/report in table form. The checklist has 5 categories which are: mechanics, title page, language, article (content & organization) and referencing. GROUP: Suitable for students who are getting familiar with writing a research paper or report at highschool (secondary), pre-U and university (tertiary) levels. PERSONALTESTIMONY: This editing and proofreading checklist comes in handy when students have completed a draft of their research paper or report but do not know what to look at or where to start during the editing stage. The checklist can also be used as a peer evaluation form when course mates are asked to proofread their friend’s paper. This form is included in my learner and instructor’s manual for courses that involve research or report writing.
Zuraiyni