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Desire Paths in Teaching#wherenext @mrlockyer mr.lockyer@gmail.comakaThe fine line betweenefficiency and complacency
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Why doesefficiencyoften lead toComplacency?#EPIC#FAIL
Marking Is broken
RewardPraiseLearning
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Marking IsplanningPlan Teach MarkMark Plan Teach
We want100%Right?wrong
Deliberative practice7-10
Planning
"The harder I work, the luckier I get."- Samuel Goldwyn
"The better I plan, the better I teach."– me, just now
PYO Taxonomy
Teaching
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NEWapproaches,classes, pupils,school, parents,ideas, thoughts,demands, $alariesOLD
Living
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Desire paths in teaching

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These are the accompanying slide to a talk I gave at Plymouth University in May 2013 for the final year teaching students. Although a lot of the context is lost, I'm sure the gist is clear. Desire paths are the most efficient route through somewhere, and I spoke about the need to increase efficiency without getting complacent.
A note about the slides: For this deck, I took a punt and made a slide story – this is advocated as a style from Nancy Duarte’s fantastic Slide:Ology book, and is where each slide is a part of a bigger picture. This takes a careful level of planning, but is easy to do, and you can use the oldest version of PowerPoint to do it in too! I think the overall effect, with all the slides actually forming part of the last slide may have been wasted on my audience, but it gave me a good structure to hang my ideas on, and was a ‘smile inside’ for anyone who spotted it!
Image credits for doc can be found at: http://bit.ly/14uMYw4

For more information on these slides, and if you would like to make contact with me about talks, workshops or keynotes, please find me on twitter as @mrlockyer, or online using mr.lockyer@gmail.com

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Desire paths in teaching

  1. 1. Desire Paths in Teaching#wherenext @mrlockyer mr.lockyer@gmail.comakaThe fine line betweenefficiency and complacency
  2. 2. Marking
  3. 3. Why doesefficiencyoften lead toComplacency?#EPIC#FAIL
  4. 4. Marking Is broken
  5. 5. RewardPraiseLearning
  6. 6. ProofTrackingPlanning
  7. 7. Marking IsplanningPlan Teach MarkMark Plan Teach
  8. 8. We want100%Right?wrong
  9. 9. Deliberative practice7-10
  10. 10. Planning
  11. 11. "The harder I work, the luckier I get."- Samuel Goldwyn
  12. 12. "The better I plan, the better I teach."– me, just now
  13. 13. PYO Taxonomy
  14. 14. Teaching
  15. 15. thisunrelatednumberinfluencesthis numberhere
  16. 16. NEWapproaches,classes, pupils,school, parents,ideas, thoughts,demands, $alariesOLD
  17. 17. Living
  18. 18. Living
  19. 19. plenary

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