Economic climate Learners commitment to learning Lifelong learners Technological Initiatives and changing educational landscape
Focused on everyday teaching Ownership of CPD To become a more reflective and forward-thinking practitioner. The ability to facilitate expressive class discussions The opportunity to try new strategies without a fear of failure and with the support of colleagues. Instil a coaching culture Confidence and competence Credit for CPD Sharing best practice Reflection and collaboration
Skills for lifelong learning All children aspire to a higher level of thinking Student engagement and motivation Students identify patterns in their learning Independent and personalised learning Reflective and creative learners Opportunities for paired or group work Adds structure to thought processes Allows us to imagine what we want our students to be – creative, independent, functional, reflective, team players and work towards this!
What issue am I interested in researching? Why do I want to research this issue? What kind of evidence can I gather to show why I am interested in this issue? What can I do? What will I do? What kind of evidence can I gather to show I am having an influence? How can I explain that influence? How can I ensure that any judgments I make are reasonably fair and accurate? How will I change my practice in the light of my evaluation? Where do I go? What is my responsibility in terms of dissemination?
“I can’t do it.” “It’s too hard.” “I’m finished.” “Will that do?” “I don’t think I was here that day.” “I can’t think of anything to write.” “How do you start it?” “Will you do it for me?”
Girls and Physics AfL – comments only marking Promoting higher order thinking skills in KS3 English - Blooms Taxonomy Leading change to vertical tutoring to ensure effective support for students Raising boys' attainment in... Pupils as researchers Personalising learning in mixed ability classes Use of pupil voice and assessment for learning