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  • Capturing progress We are learning how and where to capture progress.
  • Progress bar 0% 100% Use the progress bar as a mini-plenary tool to capture progress. • Add the time to track progress • Use as an intervention tool • Great for embedding numeracy • Can be used as a self assessment/reflective tool
  • What does progress look like? The progress judgement covers a number of areas, notably: • Skills • Knowledge • Levels of resilience • The ability to work independently • The ability of your learners to articulate their learning
  • Six characteristics that enable progress to flourish 1) Teachers allow _____ for students to think and create learning over and above that linked to the _________ _______________. 2) Teachers ______ their role to a minimum so as not to dominate the learning and thereby allow learners maximum _________ of their learning. 3) Learners show high levels of ________, _______, ___________ and ________ to and with everyone. 4) Learners design and create their own learning experience simply by being given _______. 5) Learning is realigned as a result of ____, _____ and ________-led progress checks. 6) The learners and the teacher look _______, share a ______ and enjoy the lesson.
  • Six characteristics that enable progress to flourish 1) Teachers allow time for students to think and create learning over and above that linked to the lesson outcome. 2) Teachers reduce their role to a minimum so as not to dominate the learning and thereby allow learners maximum ownership of their learning. 3) Learners show high levels of engagement, respect, collaboration and cooperation to and with everyone. 4) Learners design and create their own learning experience simply by being given choice. 5) Learning is realigned as a result of self, peer and teacher-led progress checks. 6) The learners and the teacher look happy, share a laugh and enjoy the lesson.
  • We are learning how and where to capture progress. Progress bar 0% 100%
  • Mini plenaries to capture progress… Return to learning objective…to what extent has it been met? Divergent thinking… if your progress was an animal…what would it be and why? Appoint a Progress Detective within your class.
  • Mini plenaries to capture progress… You have 60 seconds to sum up your learning/progress In exactly 14 words – sum up your progress… (can use telephone number for extra challenge!) Progress graph – map out the times of the lesson and track progress.
  • Mini plenaries to capture progress… Use a progress display – students move themselves up their own display. Progress speedometer! Students pick out the PLT skill they’ve made the progress on and justify.
  • Progress over time…
  • Progress over time…