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The 3 R's at Rossett
Transcript of The 3 R's at Rossett
What does this number actually mean?
We also give AfL targets for improvement
Do they have an impact? Which of the 3 R's are your strengths?
Which do you need to develop more? Responsibility Reflectiveness Resilience R R R Thursday 14th June:
i. Launch to students.
ii. Assembly followed by 30 minute PSHEE lesson.
Wednesday 27th June:
i. Second PSHEE lesson where students will explore what the 3 R's will look like in lessons to make them more independent learners. Tuesday 3rd July:
Independence Day: A day that must look, feel and be different. Be as flexible as possible, take risks and 3 R's need promoting and brought through in lessons. 2012-13:
3 learning cycles instead of 4.
Staff report on levels of each the 3 R's per subject instead of effort grades.
Each cycle has a 3 R's focus for purposes of subject targets in planners target. Responsibility being the first, then resilience and then reflectiveness. Resilient:
1. I only persist with things for a short period of time and struggle to take feedback on board. I need to be tougher and positive in order to bounce back and try again to improve.
2. I ask for help when things get difficult but can be disheartened when setbacks occur. I will follow things through when I really want to but I need to show more strength of character and use feedback given in order to improve my performance.
3. I am able to act upon most forms of feedback and marking but I can struggle to use my own initiative when I don’t understand. I need to be more flexible and change my mind set in the face of a challenge. I usually stay involved and with some initial support I can get on with things by myself.
4. I enjoy a challenge and am generally flexible in my approach to work following feedback. I am positive about any setbacks that occur in my learning and I show good levels of persistence, even when things are difficult If I rebound quicker when faced with a challenge then I will continue to stretch myself.
5. I am very flexible in my approach to learning and receive feedback well acting upon it and persist with things until I have succeeded. I see any setbacks as opportunities to learn and always remain positive adapting my methods of working to progress. I am a self-starter and plan in detail how I should keep improving. Compare and contrast our students with those in the video. Similarities/differences.
1. Why do some of our students lack the qualities seen in the video?
2. Why is it important to narrow the gap? Responsibility is down to us!