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Alan Mortiboys Presentation at Inspiring Enterprise 2011

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    Inspiring Learning, Inspiring Teaching - Alan Mortiboys Inspiring Learning, Inspiring Teaching - Alan Mortiboys Presentation Transcript

    • Inspiring Learning, InspiringTeaching
    • ‘The pace was a little slow at the start andwe were short of time at the end butotherwise it was good, once I got into tunewith the lecturing style that seemed a littlevague and unfocussed at first.’
    • ‘Clear structure, not too much Powerpoint,great. Well organised and presented.Inspirational.’
    • John Hattie‘s 3 attributes of expertteachers Challenge Deep representation Monitoring and feedback
    •  How do you anticipate that meeting? What makes it attractive/appealing? How do you prepare?
    • Preparing for a teaching session islike preparing for .. Just what are you preparing for?
    • ‘There’s no doubt that this is a riskyapproach. The sessions are tiring tofacilitate but they are extremely enjoyable.There is a strong reliance on the adaptabilityof the staff – this is not something for thetimid.’
    • ‘It’s important to take risk. At one level it’sinvigorating but it’s also inspirational.’
    •  Think of one question or comment that you have in relation to the content of this session so far. Make a pair. Hear each other’s questions/ comments and decide which one you would prefer to ask/say. Make a four. Hear each pair’s questions/ comments and decide which one you would prefer to ask/say.
    • Can I use the content of this session toinfluence my teaching? If so, how? If not,why not?