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  • 1. AfL takes place where? Inside and outside the classroom – students use of PLC’s outside the classroom inform the teacher of where to go inside the classroom. Sam Sheedy, 2013.
  • 2. Discuss What is a PLC?
  • 3. Two types of PLC  A Personalised Learning Checklist is a tool for students and teachers to monitor and track where their learning is at.  Two types of PLC:  1. Based on skills that students need to learn throughout the A Level.  2. Based on the knowledge/ learning objectives that students need to learn.
  • 4. The idea behind a PLC  The PLC is a process.  It is about Diagnosis - Using the Themes and Elements of the Programme of Study as a Checklist both to teach against and to track the progress of each individual student  It is about Therapy - Using the PLC as a Resource to improve student know-how  It is about Testing - Using the PLC to test know how and confirm understanding  It is about linking this work through the use of the Compelling Scoreboard
  • 5. How useful are they to the students?  Over to Theo and Yasmin!
  • 6. A few examples  History- these are my own and is based on a few of the modules of the AS and A2 specification this is knowledge based.  English- this was designed by Jon and Jo based on a PiXl model which, they have made better and is skills based.  English KS4 based on UMS and levels towards obtaining the next grade.  Chemistry – PLC for students and teachers to track towards ALPs grade.  Maths KS4 compelling scoreboard/PLC to show to students and to track where students are at.  Business and Finance- these are compelling scoreboards that allow students and teachers to track their progress against points.
  • 7. Discuss  Look at all the example – How useful do you think they are?  Which model would suit your subject area?  Now have a go- try to create a PLC for a unit/ module at either KS4/ KS5.
  • 8. Any questions

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