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Outstanding Teaching

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Sarah Wright

on 15 September 2015

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Transcript of Outstanding Teaching

•Sustained & rapid progress
• Consistently high expectations
• Excellent subject knowledge
• Systematic, accurate assessment
• Well judged, imaginative teaching strategies
• Sharply focused & timely support
• Enthusiasm, participation & commitment
• Resilience, confidence & independence
• Frequent & consistently high quality feedback
• Engagement, courtesy, collaboration & cooperation

Teach like a Pirate!
http://www.thersa.org/events/video/archive/what-is-a-good-teacher
Challenge
F.A.I.L
Didau, D. (2014)
What does it look like?
'In high quality learning environments, risk-taking and mistake-making go hand in hand. Establishing a learning community that is both safe and challenging represents a fascinating tension. We know that encouraging a risk-embracing culture in any organisation is critical to the effective growth of a productive community of learning. The challenge is to find ways to make it okay to take risks; where mistakes are welcomed as learning opportunities rather than failures.

Elder (2014)

Deep Sea Thinking
Or... Outstanding Teaching
A teacher’s job is not to make work easy. It is to make it difficult. If you are not challenged, you do not make mistakes. If you do not make mistakes, feedback is useless.

Hattie (2012)

TS1
TS2
TS4
TS8
Ofsted Handboook
for inspection (2014)
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