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    • Post It Note Pedagogy Top ten tips for Teaching and learning
    • Post It Note Pedagogy’ – Top Ten Tips for Teaching & Learning Post It Note Pedagogy’ – Top Ten Tips for Teaching & Learning The humble post it note is so flexible, easy to use and multi-purpose that it most surely must qualify for the ultimate low cost, high impact teaching tool. The humble post it note is so flexible, easy to use and multi-purpose that it most surely must qualify for the ultimate low cost, high impact teaching tool.
    • Why Post It Notes?Why Post It Notes? The very nature and size of them encourages, even demands, a precise and concise use of language. Rather than pages of notes, students have to be selective, synthesise and exercise higher order thinking to use post it notes successfully – it can be very much a case of less is more. The very nature and size of them encourages, even demands, a precise and concise use of language. Rather than pages of notes, students have to be selective, synthesise and exercise higher order thinking to use post it notes successfully – it can be very much a case of less is more. And they are cheapAnd they are cheap
    • Question WallQuestion Wall Post it note provides a simple method for placing their questions onto the wall. These post it notes can be grouped by sectors on the wall, depending upon the question type. The post it is moveable and flexible, so you can even use one question from one student and have another student communicate the answer – the options are endless. Post it note provides a simple method for placing their questions onto the wall. These post it notes can be grouped by sectors on the wall, depending upon the question type. The post it is moveable and flexible, so you can even use one question from one student and have another student communicate the answer – the options are endless.
    • Post It Note Formative Feedback The post it note provides a quick option for feedback - one or two targets in a post it can really shape any ongoing classwork. It also encourages concise, targeted teacher feedback. For example having spellings corrected for them is little help for students, but a post it note regarding a spelling rule, with some hints for improvements could initiate some productive self-reflection and proof reading.
    • Post It Note evaluation and self/peer assessment Post It Note evaluation and self/peer assessment Similar to two stars and a wish/ WWW/EBI. Using two different colours of Post It note pupils can write on one colour what went well and on the other colour even better if. It is also possible to print templates onto Post-it notes for assessment as learning. See additional sheet for instructions Similar to two stars and a wish/ WWW/EBI. Using two different colours of Post It note pupils can write on one colour what went well and on the other colour even better if. It is also possible to print templates onto Post-it notes for assessment as learning. See additional sheet for instructions
    • Subject specific vocabularySubject specific vocabulary As crucial subject specific terms arise in the lesson they can be identified by using post it notes, which can gradually build up a useful set of terms for a given scheme of work If students are working in groups, or as a whole class, one student could be allocated the responsibility of recording key words from the lesson and noting them on a post it. As a plenary, the student or the teacher could reflect upon these post it notes. The teacher could initiate enquiry about whether they form into a pattern. The post it could be a way of organising the terms into a distinct sequence or diagram, to reflect relatedness or hierarchical patterns As crucial subject specific terms arise in the lesson they can be identified by using post it notes, which can gradually build up a useful set of terms for a given scheme of work If students are working in groups, or as a whole class, one student could be allocated the responsibility of recording key words from the lesson and noting them on a post it. As a plenary, the student or the teacher could reflect upon these post it notes. The teacher could initiate enquiry about whether they form into a pattern. The post it could be a way of organising the terms into a distinct sequence or diagram, to reflect relatedness or hierarchical patterns
    • Mini narrative / micro writingMini narrative / micro writing Forget 140 character tweet! Get pupils to summarise in ten words on a post –it note. Great as a swift starter, or even a summative plenary. This compression of language gets them to really focus in upon the essential information, whilst providing a useful cross curricular literacy strategy. Forget 140 character tweet! Get pupils to summarise in ten words on a post –it note. Great as a swift starter, or even a summative plenary. This compression of language gets them to really focus in upon the essential information, whilst providing a useful cross curricular literacy strategy.
    • The ‘ideas’ treeThe ‘ideas’ tree A description for any activity where you get students to brainstorm ideas for a given topic or concept. The teacher can shuffle the post it notes around creatively to organise the ideas to give form to their collective ideas. These ideas can provide a semi- permanent resource in the classroom for students to utilise and support their learning, and they can provide a ready made resource to recap prior learning or to provide a ready made plenary to reflect upon progress. A description for any activity where you get students to brainstorm ideas for a given topic or concept. The teacher can shuffle the post it notes around creatively to organise the ideas to give form to their collective ideas. These ideas can provide a semi- permanent resource in the classroom for students to utilise and support their learning, and they can provide a ready made resource to recap prior learning or to provide a ready made plenary to reflect upon progress.
    • Guess who/what?Guess who/what? Place a key word/character/concept etc. onto a post it and place it upon the forehead of a student – they subsequently have a limited number of questions they can ask before they guess the term/topic on the post it. Place a key word/character/concept etc. onto a post it and place it upon the forehead of a student – they subsequently have a limited number of questions they can ask before they guess the term/topic on the post it.
    • The Post It plenaryThe Post It plenary Pupils leave a post it on a board/wall/door which reflects upon the learning of the lesson – perhaps with a simple ‘Today I learnt….’ sentence stem to scaffold their response. Some or all of the student responses can be revisited in the subsequent lesson; whilst the teacher can use the responses to inform planning. Another variation on the strategy is to have a learning arrow which indicates various degrees of progress, as shown. Pupils leave a post it on a board/wall/door which reflects upon the learning of the lesson – perhaps with a simple ‘Today I learnt….’ sentence stem to scaffold their response. Some or all of the student responses can be revisited in the subsequent lesson; whilst the teacher can use the responses to inform planning. Another variation on the strategy is to have a learning arrow which indicates various degrees of progress, as shown.
    • Opinion linesOpinion lines Pupils have to decide where their post it would reside on an opinion line to represent their viewpoint, with some concise justification for their views. Again, the post it note is perfect because of the flexibility it provides – with subsequent feedback, the post it may shift along the opinion line. The post it provides instantaneous correction – the opportunity to change the position on the line once each post it point or idea has been discussed. Pupils have to decide where their post it would reside on an opinion line to represent their viewpoint, with some concise justification for their views. Again, the post it note is perfect because of the flexibility it provides – with subsequent feedback, the post it may shift along the opinion line. The post it provides instantaneous correction – the opportunity to change the position on the line once each post it point or idea has been discussed.
    • ‘Pin the Post It on the Donkey’‘Pin the Post It on the Donkey’ This is a catch-all description for when you project an image onto the whiteboard and ask students to provide a written response which they then place on the relevant area. For example in geography the name of a country placed on the right part of the World map; in Maths, this could be placing the answer on the relevant point of a graph. This is a catch-all description for when you project an image onto the whiteboard and ask students to provide a written response which they then place on the relevant area. For example in geography the name of a country placed on the right part of the World map; in Maths, this could be placing the answer on the relevant point of a graph.
    • An extra one – Post It seating plans Have each pupils name written a separate post-it. You can then rearrange the post it notes when you want the seating plan to be different without having to rewrite every name again. More of a management strategy than T & L, but one I still like
    • Any ideas? Please pick up a post it note and let me know how you use post-it notes in lessons. I will put all the ideas together to share with everyone THANK YOU