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Slides used on the 13th May at River Gum Performing Arts Centre

Slides used on the 13th May at River Gum Performing Arts Centre

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  • 1. challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning
  • 2. Would you rather have a magic …Box of chocolates; Flying Carpet; Singing FrogWhat If … ?
  • 3. Professor John Hattie’s Visible Learning series2009 2011
  • 4. Children learn (sometimes better) without us
  • 5. Top 3 Self AssessmentQuestions1. Where am Igoing?2. How muchprogress have Imade so far?3. What are mynext steps?
  • 6. Maths criteria sheetwww.brightonsc.vic.edu.au
  • 7. Writing Checklistwww.hipsburn.northumberland.eschools.co.ukFor exampleThe mud issquelchy andsticks to mywellies like syrupThe ogre in mystory is reallyquite shy but hepretends to bebrave and a bitbossyLearning goalTo use descriptivewords when writingabout places andcharacters
  • 8. Sharp pencilTitleDateCapital LettersFull stopsDescribe the characterDescribe the placeFirst, next, then, finallyAnd, but, so, while, because✔✔✔✔✗✔✗✔✗Fun action words (bounded, sprang) ✔Rhyming words (loud, proud, crowd) ✔1. Draft2. Assess3. Edit4. Mark5. Completewww.hipsburn.northumberland.eschools.co.uk
  • 9. Introduction 4+ sentences Proposition stated Outline of narrative Context of topicBody of essay 3+ paragraphs 6+ facts per paragraph Inter-relationships Argument is relevant Quote with source givenConclusion 3+ sentences Summation Proof of proposition Specific reference to assess/evaluateHistory Marksheet by Frank Eganwww.aranmore.wa.edu.au“I can actuallysee how toimprove, it’sobvious.”
  • 10. Breakthroughwww.stonefields.school.nz
  • 11. BreakthroughStretchPractice
  • 12. Do your pupils train their brains?Dweck, 2006
  • 13. ✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✗✗✗✔✗✗✗✔Pre-Test410 - = 6
  • 14. Achievement AND progressProgressAchievement1. High ALow P2. High AHigh P3. Low ALow P4. Low AHigh P0.4
  • 15. challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning

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