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Improving progress in a lesson – how do we make progress explicit to the learner and the observer?
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
This is suitable for all in the classroom. How do we go about ensuring that not only we as teaching staff know the progress students have made, but importantly that both students and outside observers are able to recognise it too? This course aims to look at what progress is, relating progress to the outcome led lesson and a raft of helpful and handy tips of how to plan and structure a lesson that delivers explicit progress throughout a session. Gone are the days of the three part lesson. So, how do we build in activity led learning that measures progress at key points throughout so that students and observers can identify this within the space of just a fifteen minute observation?
Outcomes for Delegates:
- A clear understanding of the’ outcome led lesson’, and how this relates directly to progress made.
- Handy tips on how to enable students to clearly and appropriately measure and reflect upon their prior, current and future learning.
- A folder and CD of resources to use in the classroom.
- How to make lessons ‘bite size’ and to review learning at key points during a lesson.
- Effective planning and use of the plenary as an indication of progress.
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