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TLC
Welcome to the
Pairing Up
Starter Activity
TLC session 2
Think of something you are looking forward to over the next school year.

You have 30 seconds to tell the group.
No one can "pass"
Pair up with someone who is
outside of your dept.

Try to match free lessons
with teaching lessons.
You each have 30 seconds to complain and moan about the hard parts of teaching or anything that is annoying you about school.


Please collect your folder and handouts for todays session
Personal Action Plan

Peer Observation Sheet
Discuss what you want the focus of your observation to be.
They can be 10 minutes...they can be an hour.
Questioning?
Set up an observation to be completed before Session 2
Norms of Collaboration
How well are we doing right now?
You will be sat in your pairs for each session.
Any additions?
We are learning to:

Share successes and failures, and support each other

Understand how to incorporate learning intentions into lessons and why this is important


Starter activity
Feedback
AFL activity
Action Plan
Summary of learning

Agenda
Scream & Shout
FEEDBACK
Fill out the top section of your Personal Action Plan
Role of the Challenger
Challenge each the feedback that each member
brings to the session.
2 minutes to feedback
Actively listen to each other
Discuss points (if there is time)
2 mins
Learning Intentions
aka Lesson Objective
1.2.1 What makes a good Learning Intention
It is not always easy to develop good learning intentions or to implement them well in lessons.
They are the backbone of all good lessons
Research shows that if teachers share what students are going to learn, and indicate how they will know if they have been successful, students will be more prepared not only to take more responsibility for their own learning but also to engage in peer assessment and self-assessment.

Complete the rest of your
personal action plan

Select one or two techniques to try

State what you will do less of.
Task:
EXIT PASS
Write your name on the post it and one thing you learned in todays session.

Place your post it on the "Session 3" board.
NO MOANING BEYOND THIS POINT
Session 3

Share failures and successes
Improve classroom questioning & discussion
Involve all students in lessons
Starter Activity:
Feeling good?
30 seconds to tell others about something at school that made you feel good during the last month
Exit Passes from Session 2
Pre-plan questions (and practice)

Learn and use new resources

Clear learning objectives rather than what students do. Student friendly language

Its important to try new strategies. Don't be afraid to try some!

Even experienced teachers face new challenges in their lessons.

We are learning to (WALT):
Softball
Read handout:
1.3.1 Supporting each other

Fill out the top section of your Personal Action Plan

Use your previous Action Plan from Session 2 to help you.

2 minutes to feedback to the group.
Role of the challenger?

Its a lottery...
Finding out what
students are learning
Read through individually

Discuss in pairs:
HOW COULD YOU USE THIS?
YOU CAN CHANGE , ADAPT OR IMPROVE RESOURCES.

Feedback to group
How can we involve all students in lessons to help them stay on task, so that none sit quietly not taking part or attempt to disrupt the lesson?
Single student response system:
one student answering a teachers question.

AND

Whole class response system:
all students answering each quesiton.
Understand the difference between
Complete your Action Plan
Choose one or two activities from today's session that you will use.

List what you will do LESS of.

Share this with your partner and plan times for observations.


KEEP ALL EVIDENCE OF ACTION PLANS AND OBSERVATION SHEETS FOR YOUR APPRAISALS
RESOURCES
Traffic Light Cups
Mini white boards
Anything else?
Session 4
WALT:
share successes and failure, and support each other.

Using Dedicated Improvement and Reflection Time to help students understand how to get an A*
Starter Activity:
Get things off your chest...in 30 seconds


Share and shout about the hard parts of teaching or anything that is annoying you about school.
No moaning beyond this point.
2 minutes each

Please feedback to the group an example of good practice.
Session 5
We are learning to (WALT):

• share successes and failures, and support each other

• activate students as instructional resources for one another

Starter Activity:
Got feedback to give??
Put your name in the hat.
Ground Rules Update
Role of the Challenger
During the feedback session it is your role to challenge the feedback
that each member of the group brings to the session.

In order to get everyone to think about AfL, ask questions like:
What’s formative about that?
What did you do with the information you collected?
How did this alter your teaching?
How did this benefit student learning?
Read & Discuss
How have you used peers
to support learning?
Choose one or two activities from today's session that you will use.

List what you will do LESS of.

Share this with your partner and plan times for observations.


COMPLETE YOUR ACTION PLANS
REMEMBER TO FOCUS ON THE TECHNIQUE
Session 6
We are learning to (WALT):

share successes and failures, and support each other.

use hinge questions to find out what students know in the middle of a lesson.
Starter Activity:

Think of something that has happened in the last month at school that made you feel good.

It could have been in or out of the classroom.

MAX 30 seconds
Sharing Good Practice.
Developing Hinge Point Questions
These are designed to help teachers know when and how to move on, based on what students do or do not understand.

This type of question forms a 'hinge' near the middle of the lesson and the student responses determine how the rest of the lesson proceeds.

Hinge questions MUST be carefully thought out in advance as you must plan for the lesson to proceed in one of two directions.
Take your time to read this carefully
Read and Rate
Read through the questions.
Discuss them in pairs.
Rate 3 of the questions according to Point 4.
Feedback to the group

Session 7a and 7b
We are learning to (WALT):

-share successes and failure, and support each other.

-learn about some techniques that are particularly suited to younger children.

-make formative use of summative tests
Scream and Shout
30 seconds to complain and shout about the hard parts of teaching or anything that is annoying you about school.
Handouts for session given:
Session 8
We are learning to (WALT):

activate students as owners of their own learning.
This strategy is at the heart of AFL.

In most classrooms the teachers responsibility for identifying the current level, the desired level and a means to close the gap.

Students can develop the capacity to move their own learning forward when provided with appropriate structure and guidance.
TLC Showcase
Discuss each technique and choose which ones you could use in your classes.
Plan observation times
Final Session
Friday 11th April
Please list what you want to show off / share.
Thursday 8th May
Session 9
Fill out your 'End of Year Review'
• share successes and failures, and support each other
• review our work together as a TLC group this year and how it has helped student learning
WALT:
Feedback your thoughts on the TLC to the group.
Presentation of Certificates
Thank you for all your hard work and positive attitudes.
Rules for Each Session
(the sheet is in your pack...rate yourself for each bullet point)
What did you learn from today's session?

No repeat answers please...
Summary of Learning
DIRT
What is the purpose of




Learning is a journey and it is essential to raise students’
awareness of this by frequently reminding them to check their
learning processes and progress.


Aim for A*-A
In small groups, study the resources given and discuss how they could be developed to help students understand what an A* would look like.

All resources are saved on the T drive in the TLC folder (DIRT Resources)
-Think about how you use assessment criteria in all Key Stages
Choose one or two activities from today's session that you will use.

List what you will do LESS of.

Share this with your partner and plan times for observations.


COMPLETE YOUR ACTION PLANS
What is your partner going to do?
Please fill in examples of good practice seen during observations.
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