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21TRA195 Bridging the Gap Between Junior Cycle and Leaving Cert History Using Formative Assessment
This one hour with Patrick will explore the following:

- Better, quicker and effective assessment practice with rubrics
- Formative assessment and feedback
- The power of the redraft.
- Embedding the "outside reading habit"
- Topic selection

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Mar 10, 2021 07:00 PM in Dublin

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Speakers

Patrick Hickey
@lchistorytutor
Patrick Hickey teaches History in Boherbue Comprehensive School, Co. Cork. Patrick is a State Examiner for 20 years; 11 of those as a Leaving Cert History Higher Level Examiner. If anyone knows the inside track on the Leaving Cert. History Exam; it’s him! Among teachers and students, he is best known as the @lchistorytutor. You’ll find him on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, where he has a growing following. There he answers questions and offers advice to both students and teachers in an innovative and engaging way in all things History! Patrick is a regular speaker at History Association seminars for both student and teachers, mainly presenting on the areas of exam technique, as well as sharing the inside track on how to achieve success in the Leaving Cert. History Exam. He was also a keynote speaker at this year's "Irish History Summit".