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  • Whole class – 23%Small groups – 50%Individual – 27%
  • Very good – 25%OK – 62%Not very good -13%
  • Final litm powerpoint

    1. 1. O UR L EADERSHIP P ROJECT
    2. 2. T HE STORY OF THE PROJECT Low student engagement revealed in our 2010 Attitudes to School data, was a problem to be addressed as part of the review process After consultation with Principal and Numeracy Team, we decided to investigate children’s attitudes to maths and the possible influence on student engagement
    3. 3. T HE STEPS OF THE PROJECT Researched existing data and analysis of students attitudes to maths ‘The subject of mathematics in particular promotes expressions of anxiety that takes such forms as tension and dislike. The consequences of anxiety include avoidance and inability to achieve success.’ (Hattie: Visible Learning)
    4. 4. T HE STEPS OF THE PROJECT Consulted with Numeracy team and developed draft survey Presented to PLT’s for feedback Finalised survey, presented to staff and downloaded link for students to complete (Parent survey also)
    5. 5. S TUDENT R ESPONSES How do you learn Maths the best? Whole class Small groups Individual
    6. 6. S TUDENT RESPONSES Do you think you’re good at Maths? Very good OK Not very good
    7. 7. S TUDENT RESPONSES ‘ The best thing about maths is working with different materials and measuring things’ ‘I learn best working in small groups’ ‘ I can learn many different things in different ways’ ‘The worst thing about maths is division’ ‘Completing work sheets’ ‘Listening to the teacher go on and on and on!’
    8. 8. L EARNING ABOUT LEADERSHIP ‘ It takes instructional leadership and the creation of a safe and trusting environment to engage teachers in sharing evidence about the effects of teaching and an openness to new experiences ‘ ‘The message about what works best for students also works best for teachers’ (Hattie)
    9. 9. L EARNING ABOUT LEADERSHIP ‘It is important to engage staff in professional discussions about effective learning and teaching.’ ‘Feedback plays an important role in supporting learning and teaching’(Dev. Framework) ‘Feedback to teachers helps make learning visible’ (Hattie)

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