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11/03/2021

Case Study – Creating and adapting mobile phone friendly interactive learning resources

This is a case study, written by Imran Mohammed from the Trafford College Group. Within the case study Imran looks at how the Carpentry and Joinery department at the Trafford College Group are using Microsoft Forms, Microsoft Stream channels and the iSpring software to create and adapt interactive learning resources that are inclusive for learners that only have access to mobile phone devices outside of college

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11/03/2021

Collaborating using Microsoft Word in Microsoft Teams breakout rooms

This is a clip from a live lesson by Stacey Foy from The Manchester College,  showing how her students are collaborating in breakout rooms within Microsoft Teams during an English lesson.

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28/02/2021

Questioning aligned to Bloom’s Taxonomy

This handout has been created to be used in conjunction with the ‘Content and engagement’ PowerPoint. It asks teachers to review their questioning techniques and apply them to a Microsoft Teams session including the chat box.

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28/02/2021

Top ten tips when planning online delivery

This clip, by Deborah Brian from The Manchester College was delivered as part of The Manchester College CPD and it offers top ten tips when planning online delivery

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27/02/2021

Remaining human

This clip, by Glenn Meads from The Manchester College was delivered as part of The Manchester College annual CPD. It discusses the importance of remaining human when delivering online learning. Glenn offers tips such as being in an online lesson early and offering a holding slide to support students prior to a lesson starting.

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27/02/2021

Using Wordwall to create a mix and match resource

A demonstration of an excellent resource to facilitate either synchronous or asynchronous delivery. Here David Byrne from The Manchester College, along with EdTech Demonstrator, elaborates on how Wordwall can complement a range of curriculum areas remotely.

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27/02/2021

Using Lynx application to assess students in live lessons

This video tutorial David Byrne from The Manchester College and EdTech Demonstrator, shows how to ensure live teaching sessions can be more interactive. In this second clip he shows how to use an interactive software application (LYNX) to retrieve live feedback, use the chat function in Microsoft Teams for accessing live resources and seamlessly use both for effective teaching, learning and assessment.

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27/02/2021

Changing chat notifications in Microsoft Teams

This video, by Stuart Parkin from The Manchester College explains how to turn off the chat facility in live lessons using Microsoft Teams.

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27/02/2021

Split classroom guide

In this video, Russell Moss from The Manchester College shows teachers how to set up their laptop, camera and microphone when delivering a lesson simultaneously in the classroom and for learners at home.

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27/02/2021

How to type in One Note

This video, by Stacey Foy from The Manchester College explains how to type into the OneNote app when completing an assignment.

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27/02/2021

Planning for assessment in a blended learning curriculum – breakout room activity handout

This is a blank copy of a training resource created  by Linda McCarthy and John Sibbald from The Manchester College for the EdTech Demonstrator. The handout is titled “Developing independent study skills” and it is used within the webinar ‘planning for assessment in a blended learning curriculum’.

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27/02/2021

Planning for assessment in a blended learning curriculum – breakout room activity (solution)

This is a completed version of a training resource created  by Linda McCarthy and John Sibbald from The Manchester College for the EdTech Demonstrator. The handout is titled developing independent study skills and it is used within the webinar ‘planning for assessment in a blended learning curriculum’.

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27/02/2021

Digital tools that support assessment

This PowerPoint, by John Sibbald from The Manchester College showcases the pros and cons of some online tools that can be used to assess learning. It also includes hyperlinks to short, YouTube tutorials explaining how some of the tools work.

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27/02/2021

Digital tools that support collaboration

This PowerPoint, by John Sibbald from The Manchester College showcases the pros and cons of some online tools that support collaboration.  It also includes hyperlinks to short, YouTube tutorials explaining how some of the tools work.

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27/02/2021

Uploading videos in Microsoft Teams

This is a short tutorial video, by David Byrne from The Manchester College and EdTech Demonstrator about how to add a tab in Microsoft Teams and post a video or source from Edpuzzle in the post section.

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27/02/2021

Assessment of live learning using collective notes via Microsoft Teams chat box

In this lesson, Aaron Burke from The Manchester College demonstrates the use of digital tools to assess learning in a lesson.

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27/02/2021

Online assessment of learning via the use of Triptico

In this video, Ross McCabe, from The Manchester College demonstrates the use of Triptico software to assess learning during a live lesson.

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27/02/2021

Assessment for learning using the chat box

In this clip, Rosie Fortune, a music teacher from The Manchester College, demonstrates how she assesses students throughout the lesson via the chat box.

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27/02/2021

SpaG starter activity

In this video, Helen Penketh and Lesley Higginbottom from The Manchester College review a SpaG starter activity that they use as a holding slide which students complete on arrival of their lesson.

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27/02/2021

Directed questioning wheel of (mis)fortune

Beth Tunstall from The Manchester College explains how she utilises the ‘Wheel of Names’ tool to engage all students whilst removing the stigma of the teacher selecting a student.

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27/02/2021

How to use Baamboozle

This is a tutorial, by Beth Derbyshire from Bolton College on how to use Baamboozle to engage and motivate your students. Baamboozle is a formative assessment tool with competitive quiz games to use in the classroom or remotely. Great for lower-level students such as ESOL and foundation.

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