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Connecting Learning

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saul graydon

on 19 November 2013

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Transcript of Connecting Learning

light of illumination, candle or mirror?
Passive or active?
accentuate the positive
Triads
How to square the circle?
Improving learning
through observation

Practise
Learn
Clarity
Triads
Plan & Prepare
Joint observe/teach
Evaluate
What are you looking for?
Guiding principles
• It is a joint venture to learn from each other in a way which is collaborative and non-judgemental
• We all have something to share and we can all learn from each other
• We will commit to the 3 sessions and not look to rearrange or see it as time which not valuable

Good lessons feature:
1 high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils (part1)
- Level-led learning objectives are visible and revisited during the lesson
- an engaging starter activity which is linked to the objectives
- activities which challenge and support everyone

2 well-structured lessons (part2)
- new learning that follows on from previous learning
- activities which challenge and enable students to reflect on the progress made
- students taking a responsible and conscientious attitude to work and study.
- students having thinking time when answering questions

3 good progress and outcomes from students (part 3)
- a variety of activities that enable progress and cater for different learning styles
- clear explanation about where students are, where they should be and how to get there
- technology being used in order to enhance learning
- regular specific feedback
- effective use of lesson time

4 good assessment and outcomes from students (part 4)
- allow students to reflect on the progress they have made
- students know where they are, where they should be and how to get there
- homework set according to the homework timetable
- students knowing how their learning will progress next lesson
- an activity at the end of the lesson which enabled students to show what they have learnt

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