Transcript: Claire King Cissy Sleigh Tony Malia Anthony Jackson Lindy Cogan Julia Greene Penny Willson Stephanie Broom Dave Cresswell Andrew Phillipson Richard Jackson Aidan Donaldson Daniel Bell Lil Pullen Shane Corstorphine Jane Wood Simon Dalrymple Karen Phillipson Peter Carson Harry Crump Mike Cox Lace Connelly Where's the Driver? (11) Matt Walker Will Matthews Peter Ward Laura Nicoll Paul Foster Gavin Edwards Chris Thompson David Nunn Hanna Armstrong Ailsa Caine Hayley Thompson Liam Greene Arthur Wilson Taryn Melia Jean Bannister Gill Hedworth Sean Cogan Derek Thompson Making Music (6) Isobel Wilson Jim Summerly David Athey Bath Time (4) Balloon Bursting (12) Alice Smith Jon Broom Trefor Clayton Sally Denyer Graham King Alistair Nicoll Kathleen Athey Jim Farquhar James Thompson Top Table (1) Andrew Sleigh Nathan Field Aynsley Blake Chris Ward Tim Lawson Sandy Corstorphine Natasha Hincks Jane Foster Dan Pullen Terry Scammel-Jackson Dan Bowen Mike Quinn Catherine Foster Severine Smith Richard Shakespeare Sophia Scott-Malden Mark Smith Dan Palmer Lynne Reekes R Trevor Kingsley-Smith B 1st Day at School (14) Sally Gold On yer bike... (10) Aileen Farquhar David Bannister Norman Fenn Henrietta Allhusen Barbara Johnson Johnny Melia Matt Radley Sue Douglas Julia Thompson Rae Ward Tom Gormley Liz Hale Peter Hedworth Charlie Scott-Malden Lee Smith Helen Gormley Simon Barlass Antonia Ward Margaret Kingsley-Smith Emily Jackson Doris Fenn Fat & Gormless (2) Helen Nunn Kaye Barrett James Boyd Lionel Sainsbury Beach Posers (13) Dib Dib Dib (3) Pippa Shakespeare Sally Ramsden Birthday Cakes (8) Richard Meadows Cathie Jackson Jill Athey Hattie Crump Pete Cogan A Mark Underhill Gill Malia In the snow (9) Gemma Francis Vicky Cox Beth Stoker Annalies McIver Maria Quinn Gillian Corstorphine Lucy Grey Helen Devenney Katy Corstorphine Marissa Bell Rosie Atkinson Full of Hot Air (7) Emma Coulson Debbie Underhill Richard Hodson Rupert Allhusen Jon Brough Andrew Reekes Paul Jackson Tony Kirwan Peter Dean Malcolm Clapperton Lel Moss Lynne Cox Rob Hincks Neil Hale Matt Armstrong Pat Sainsbury Olly Langton Stuart Athey Anne Carson Alan Johnson Anne Dean Amy Jackson Sandcastles (5) Olly Barrett Dawn Jackson
Transcript: Adrian Nat Kendall Ben James P Hitesh Any Questions? Teams and Seating three Striving for excellence What are the teams two Whare am I sitting? Who is leading this? one Al George Minesh Hema Warrick Iwan Sunny Jenni Shaf James C Nisar
Transcript: LGD RETREAT Welcome, please take a seat Table 6 Marie-Charlotte McKenna Peta O'Connell Michelle Gu Kyara Simpson Beata Gasanova Kylie Hinton Todd Quinn Table 5 Justin Whyatt Hayley McGregor Yasmine Davis Lisa Clutterham Genevieve Beirne Tom Beamish Tenille Noja Julie Heckscher Matt Alexander Rupert Holden Shaanti Sekhon Alexandra Lees Ruth Hill Priya Sivakumaran Guy O'Brien Bridget Collier Donna Riordan Michael de Marillac Christina Nguyen Melissa Kelly David Mason Nicoli Maning-Campbell Cary Scott-Kemmis Nell Shipley Suzanne Akila Peter McFarlane Madeleine Summers Peter Scott Cleo Wilson Jesse Twomey Joanna O'Shea Peter Komocki Catherine Ross Nicole Murphy Table 7 Table 9 Emil Stojanovski Jane Darbyshire Antony Horrocks Maryann Baric Kristine Tay Jessica Dickerson Greg French James Dart Caitlin Bell Ada Cheung Kate Smith Joanne Lee Natalie Mendelsohn Table 3 Table 4 Table 8 Table 2 Table 1 Katrina Cooper Matt Smith Claudia Hernandez Jennifer Chen Namdi Payne Corinne Tran Jo Hardie
Transcript: YOUR LOGO HERE Seating arrangements Does a seating plan influence classroom management ? Is a seating plan vital to a successful learning environment ? Seating A study by Mckeachie(1990) suggested that increased student participation stimulates in depth learning processes due to involvement in answering questions which promote these cognitive thinking skills. Burda & Brooks (1996) and Edwards (2000), propose that if student choose where they sit those with with higher motivation and a deeper interest in learning will sit at the front of the classroom and students who sit further back exhibit less motivation and interest. Other research that has been conducted where students have been moved from the back to the front of the class suggested that their learning improved significantly. Literature Research by Wheldall &Lam(1987), studied three classes of student with learning disabilities. They found that: On task behaviour doubled from around 35% to 70% as the seating arrangements changed from tables to rows. Mcleod ,Fisher & Hoover(2003),Included a discussion about the importance of being constantly aware and inclusion for students with visual and hearing impairments. These students should be placed at the front to enable them to be inclusive of the lesson. Inclusion 1 Advantages of implementing a seating plan Increased student engagement Increased student participation Students are not distracted by friends This is a form of control and can be flexible to reward good behaviour Able to control who sits where to manage classroom behaviour Disadvantages of implementing a seating plan Decreased confidence to answer questions Students feel uncomfortable sitting with people they do not normally socialize with You have to re do the seating plan every lesson Rowdy Students will communicate across the classroom 2 3 Pros and cons of different seating plan styles The way in which seats and tables are arranged in a classroom has many implications on the degree of engagement and participation from students Reflective theory1 Schön's (1991) Reflection in action/Reflection on action provides an additional element by making a distinction between reflection during the event and reflection after the event. It may be helpful to take account of this distinction during your own reflective practice. Seating arrangements 1 Clusters Pros Increased studentinteraction Great for group work Excellent for small group discussions Students can can peer work Great for a teacher to circulate Encourages student involvement Cons Difficult for idependant work Can make classroom management hard Increases likelihood of off topic conversation Seating Arrangements 2 Conclusion Conclusion Seating Plans influence classroom management Students should be given equal face time in the classroom A purposeful and effective seating plan is vital to a successful learning environment Every student group requires different consideration , there is not a one size fits all Refrences Burda,J.,&Brooks,C.(1996).College classroom seating position .Psychological reports.78 Edwards,c.(2000).Classroom discipline and management.New york,NY:Wiley Mckeachie,w.(1990).Research on college teaching: The historical background.journal of educational Psychology.82,189-200 Mcleod,J.,Fisher., & Hoover,G.(2003).The key elements of classroom management: Managing time and space . Wheldall,K & Lam,Y.Y.(1987).The effects of two classrooms seating arrangements on classroom disruption rate.
Transcript: Sarah Carrington Sarah T John Duckett Sue Duckett Cathy Gilbert Trisha 1 Bill Kelly Julie Maxine Michael Rowland 2 Ben Guest Deb Gafner Dave Tom Marsden Jayne Narraway Laura Gardner Anne Battersby Katie Woods Kev Duckett Sheila Glass 9 Tom Peter Dan Colin Owen Nic Aidan Ovington 2 Charlie Battersby Carole Janette James Ged Keoghan 10 Deb 1 Mrs Duckett 8 Joe Joan Keoghan Geraldine Doyle Carly 6 Martin 3 Ben Colin Duckett Freya Ste Lawrenson Greg Karl Ovington Linda Duckett Christine Elaine Duckett Keith Rowland Sarah Ovington Andrew Eddie Woods Lesley Morris Finley 5 Janet Owen Andy Willow Ovington Kath Fry 6 John Jessica Tolley 11 Alison Pennington Bev Heath Anna Neil Keowski Eileen Duckett Ste Duckett 3 Becky Ovington Terry Trantum Jo Michelle Cake Sue Storey Sarah (Maxine) Sarah T Guest 5 Ian Bailey Charlotte Jake 10 Maureen Kelly Lesley Jane Quick Ted Quick Yvonne Bailey Ian Rowland Elaine Rowland Jody Spud Nicki Mandy Schon 4 Rob Gibson Neve Maggie Duckett Dawn 4 Ben Gafner Evie Duckett David 7 Anne Woods John Yvette Keowski Mr Duckett Lily Ovington 11 Neil Jenny Rowland Sarah-Lou Banner Rachael Gemma 7 Joyce 9 Sara Lawrenson Leann Ben Rowland Dave Paul Gafner Kev Gilbert Millie Janet 8
Transcript: Building Learning Muscles! Homework is not teachers torturing pupils! It has a massive impact on your grade. If you don't do it, you will have ASD to do it! No exceptions No questions! A lot of homework will be on line! More to follow! Monday P2 and Friday P4 is always theory. Friday P5 is always practical. This may change dependent on the time of the year and what we have on (E.g Moderation etc) Our Aim! " To be the most successful GCSE PE Cohort Darton College has ever had, no excuses". We respect everyone in the class. We are a team Be polite - expect it back! We smile and look forward to the lesson! We know when to be serious! Seating plan GCSE PE Mr Cairns What do you expect from me? Answers on postcard - discuss in groups now! Practical, theory? Homework Respect and FUN! For you to be successful in my lesson you need to build your learning muscles!
Transcript: Harry and Caleb Jordan and Aidan Teacher Kyle and Lachie C Lachie F & Brodie Liam and Sorcha Bhavani and Sammy Bridget and Louis Angus and Rory Alex M and Demi Jess and Alyce Matt & Kingsley Riley & Alex D Kate F and Emily
Transcript: The New Seating plan No seats where broken In every event the venue was full (every seat was occupied) and full price was paid 41 events are hosted per year The price per seat in the first row will be $500, an affordable price for such great experience. The price will decrease going up the rows by a factor of 5% The price for each seat in the last row will be $24, and they still get a fairly good view of the show These data and calculations were made under these assumptions for Cherwa Circus Our research has proven the new layout design for the cherwa circus should be a semi-circle. It will provide all rows with the best view possible with an exceptional experience for the seats in the first row To achieve this, the circus venue will have 60 rows, and the first row will contain 100 seats. Increasing by 8 seats in each row going up, resulting in the last row having 572 seats, which calculates to having 20160 seats in total Our goal is to provide your project with the best plan possible. Our team has created this simplified proposal for you, which comprehend everything from the number of seats to the price and layout needed side view To generate a fair profit, we have come up with a plan for the pricing of the seats This will generate $2,081,275 per one event, therefore for 41 events per year your company will have a total revenue of $87,435,578
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