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Maximising Stretch and Challenge

New College Training Session
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stuart nash

on 17 September 2013

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Transcript of Maximising Stretch and Challenge

Expectations
Physical Environment
Attribution & Beliefs
Inclusivity
Formative assessment
Personalised
Connected
Differentiated
Clear
Student control
Checked
Learing Environment
Learning Outcomes
Pre-tests in advance
Activote
Bingo
Discussion carousel
Dominoes
Mantle of the Expert
Brainstorming
Share, explore & know
Keep "live" throughout lesson
Differentiate - Bloom or SOLO
Benefits
Content & skills
Review at end of lesson
Learning Objectives
Links to the Big Picture
Prior Knowledge
"If you don't know
where you are
going, how will you
know when you have
arrived?"
3. Input of New Information
Learner Qualities
Student-led
Challenging
Active participation
Innovative
Multisensory

Strategies
Attributes
Beliefs
Skills
Knowledge
Attributes
Prepare for lessons
Attend all lessons
Participate, ask questions & think in lessons
Practise retrieval & application of information after lessons
Accurately self-assess level of understanding
Read & make notes to improve understanding
Discuss
Active engagement
Co-construct
Exemplars & displays
Evaluate at end of lesson
Success Criteria
Responsible
Resilient
Resourceful
Reason deeply
Reflective
Skills
Collaboration skills
Thinking skills
Communication skills
Self-regulation skills
Knowledge
Where to learn
When to learn
Who to learn with
Motivation to learn
How I learn
Strategies
Stretch
Beliefs
Challenge
Expectations
Physical Environment
Attribution & Beliefs
Inclusivity
Formative assessment
Learing Environment
1. Learning Environment
Belonging
Aspirations
Safety
Independence
Collaboration
Successful Behaviours

Successful Behaviours
Belonging
Collaboration
"Communicate through high expectations that all students are entitled and capable of high achievement."
"create an inclusive, caring and welcoming environment to allow all individuals to flourish."
"develop a collaborative learning environment by requiring students to work together cooperatively."
"use backward planning to develop students' learning beliefs, attitudes, skills and knowledge of the learning process."
Independence
"use every opportunity to transfer control of the learning from the teacher to the students to support their development as independent learners."
5. Reviewing and Reflecting
Review WHAT has been learned
Refer back to learning objectives
Reflect on HOW it has been learned
Priming for next lesson

Debrief the learning activities
What were the strengths?
What were the drawbacks?
Where could they be used again?
Alternative methods
Develop the beliefs, attitudes, skills & knowledge of how to learn
Bingo
Check your partner
Definition cards
Definition tennis
Dicey business
Dominoes
Hangman
Hot seating
True or false
Verbal tennis
"Never finish a lesson with a full stop;
always finish with a question mark."
Next lesson
Reflection
Reviewing
Reviewing
&
Reflection
grade book
exam analysis
learner qualities
staged system
ALS
reports
Data & Monitoring
"students believe that ability is fixed, and they cannot become more intelligent"
"students believe that knowledge is composed of isolated facts"
"students believe that learning is quick."
"students believe that they are really good at multitasking."
Maximising
and
2. Learning Context
Link to Prior Learning
Provide the Overview
Share Learning Objectives
Discuss Success Criteria
Curiosity and Challenge
Set Individual Targets

"make students feel emotionally secure and psychologically safe."
Aspirations
Safety
1. Getting Acquainted
2. Class Identity
3. Mutual Support
4. Value Differences
5. Developing Synergy
4. Making Sense
Pre-reading
Flipped Lesson
Information hunt
Quiz-quiz trade
Beat the teacher
Activity carousel
One to one
Ambassadors
Delegation
Envoys
Jigsaws
Marketplace
Bloom's Taxonomy
Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analysing
Evaluating
Creating
Developing Understanding
Demonstrating Understanding
Assessing Understanding

"The key to learning is making
personal sense of information."

Talking
Explain aloud
Presentations
Stepping Stones
Back to back
One to one
Ambassadors
Discussion carousel
Delegation
Envoys
Marketplace
Jigsaws
Teach Something
Reduction
Transformation
Sequencing
Connections
Predicting
Classifying
Ranking
Assembling
Applying
Formative Assessment
Problem Solving
Questioning
Metacognition
"Trying to learn without reviewing
is like trying to fill the bath without
putting the plug in."

Job interview
Masterminds
One minute challenge
Revision games
revision maze
Sabotage
Spotlight
Spot the concept
verbal football
wheel of fortune
Define
Identify
Describe
Apply
Relate
Explain causes
Evaluate
Create
Predict
Hypothesise
Speed dating
Explain to a 10 year old
One to one
Ambassadors
Delegation
Envoys
Marketplace
Jigsaw
Distillation
Hierarchies
Most important sentence
Six key words
One key word
Hardest question first
Word or time limit
Remove a word at a time
Trump cards
Conversion
Analogies
Still image
Card sorts
Assembly
Concept mapping
Dominoes
Learning grids
Link the clues
Mind mapping
Odd one out
Taboo
Tarsia puzzles
Pyramid ranking
Diamond ranking
Pairs to fours
Broken pieces
Jigsaw puzzles
Maps from memory
Silent sentences
Snowballing
On tour
Pass the buck
Open questions
High-order questions
Hinge questions
Pose-pause-pounce-bounce
Comment only marking
Regular DIRT
Peer assessment
Self-assessment
Thinking about thinking
Assertive questioning
Students generating questions
Specification
Learning maps
Visual organisers
Display long-term objectives
Mysteries
A lot of things to juggle all at once!
We can all get better. What could you improve?
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