Online CPD for Teachers
Effective Revision Activities: The Saboteur
Psychology meets revision lessons here with perhaps the most fiendishly clever revision activities we’ve ever created at tutor2u!
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About this webinar
Set your students up into small teams and tell them they are about to answer a series of tough questions. However, in each team one student will have been secretly designated as the ‘Saboteur’ – their role is to offer feasible but incorrect answers to try and put their colleagues off.
Can the ‘good’ students work out who the Saboteur is? Can the Saboteur in each team remain undetected and prevent their colleagues from scoring well?
The Saboteur is simply perfect for an engaging and effective revision activity (lasting around 30 minutes) that teachers enjoy every bit as much as the students!
In this webinar we'll show you how to set up The Saboteur, including how to edit the PowerPoint resource used as the game board. We'll show how teachers secretly but randomly select the team saboteurs.
As always, the resource will be made available to all attendees along with hints and tips on how to make the most of it with your students.
Jon worked in Further Education for 22 years, teaching primarily vocational business courses and A level Economics. Alongside this he became a Senior Manager, Head of Faculty and a Quality Manager with responsibility for course performance and teaching and learning development. He is now Head of Resources and Innovation at tutor2u with particular responsibility for designing and delivering teacher CPD and student revision workshops in Economics. Jon also develops the tutor2u Powerpoint resources, combining proven teaching strategies with his computer coding skills to produce interactive and engaging activities.
Michelle is a highly experienced teacher and advanced practitioner. She has taught in schools, colleges and universities both in the UK and overseas, playing a pivotal role in supporting colleagues to drive improvements in teaching and learning. She has also worked as an educational consultant, delivering sessions for Ofsted and further education colleges in the UK. Michelle has worked for a number of awarding bodies taking the role of examiner, external verifier and centre quality reviewer.
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