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Discursive Teaching 2

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Jane Ward

on 16 July 2017

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Jane Ward
Discursive Teaching
Next Week I will...
"If we, as teachers, are to have an
impact on learning, then we must come
to know what our students are
thinking so that we can provide more feedback, task information, encourage trial and error and develop deep
understanding and transformations"
John Hattie (1999)
Identify essential representations of the subject
Guide learning through classroom interactions
Monitor learning and provide feedback
Attend to affective attributes
Influence student outcomes
John Hattie (2003)
What Makes an Excellent Teacher?
Spend 5 minutes reflecting on your classroom practice
What teaching methods do you use that are EXCELLENT?
How can
Discursive Teaching Methods
be implemented
more regularly
in your classroom?
How will I include discursive practice?
The Teacher is the MAJOR in-school influence on student achievement
What Makes an Excellent Teacher?
Do I know my students as individuals?
Are my students engaged in their learning?
Do I set challenging tasks for my students?
Am I passionate about the subject that I am teaching?
How will I demonstrate excellence?
How will I communicate with students?
How will I meet individual learning needs?
How will I challenge my students?
Can Relate subject matter to prior learning
Can spontaneously respond
to student questions
Can relate subject matter
to other curriculum areas
Can predict and determine
mistakes students might make
Create optimal classroom climate
Scanners of classroom behaviour
Students feel safe
to ask questions
Students are highly
engaged in learning activities
Provide relevant, useful
& timely feedback
Anticipate problems and
prevent disturbances
Detect when students
are losing interest
Continually check
student understanding
Demonstrate respect
for students
Passionate about
teaching & learning
Care about their students
Feel responsible for the
students in their class
Motivate students to
master the topic
Allow students to
grow in self-efficacy
Provide challenging tasks
Encourage students to engage
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