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Why Learning should be messy!

Northfolk House

Annie Ashraf

on 3 January 2013

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Transcript of Why Learning should be messy!

Your role as a teacher! Why learning should be messy! Personalised (Enquiry, collaborative, creative) Learning Five year olds pilot their own learning project Teacher Role Observing
Effective Questioning
open Teacher Role John Hattie and Dylan William- individual teacher quality has a greater impact on schools

Facilitator- An Architect of Opportunity
Not a Sage on the Stage.

Aim of this Inset
Understand Learning
Consolidate your understanding of personalised learning
Tighten up AfL - in questioning
END PRODUCT: a lesson plan that you can use. An Unknown and changing world Flynn Effect
New Technologies
Complex real world problems What is Learning? Types of Learning

Repeat, repeat, repeat
Individual sense making
Learning through collaboration

Vygotsky- Zone of Proximal Development Fun, easy
clear steps Uncomfortable, messy, complex Howard Gardner- Multiple Intelligences. Learning about Learning (Metacognition)
-content, ways of learning, resources,
collaboration. Inspire you to
Develop a context, problem solving and project based lesson/lessons

Encourage creativity, deep learners who adore learning

Tell me - I forget
Show me - I remember
Involve me I understand Intermediate Questions: relationship
between objects, peoples, concepts.

Advance questions: abstract, conceptual what is not happening

Exceptional Questions: Complex, generalise to be creative, profound questions
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