14 June 2020
Remember the evidence and our acronym in your planning this week.
R – retrieval and recap activities. Low-stakes. Quick feedback. Self-marking.
E – Engage students – stimulus, questions, ‘chat’, feedback etc.
M – motivate through peer interaction (peer marking, sharing WAGOLLs, prompt live discussion through ‘chat’ function of Teams)
O – Outcomes – make explicit using check lists, success criteria, weekly plan/big picture etc. INTENT.
T – Teaching quality – this is more important than how it is delivered. Think about how you assess what students have learnt.
E – Expectations – be realistic but aspirational.
The DfE have updated their Remote Learning resources:
Whilst much of it seems to state the obvious, there is the occasional nugget. Teachers have offered approaches to remote learning that are working for them. One teacher suggests:
“Start by offering new content via flipped learning methods to initiate learning (where pupils are introduced to material before class), then add more information during lesson time… and finish off by offering group work and/or activities to deepen learning.”
Stephen Trask of Harris Federation also had a useful suggestion: “Point out the value of learning that topic, beyond just for exams purposes. Again, something like Ted Talks helps here because it gives pupils the ‘bigger picture’.”
The ‘nugget’ here is the use of Ted Talks. They may be a good source of inspiration.
REMOTE LEARNING – TEACHING RESOURCES
Continue to make use of:
- Oak National Academy
- British Council
REMOTE LEARNING – CPD CASCADE
NB: Please refer to the previous ‘TLD’ for already publicised CPD activities.
Please make use of the newly updated CPD calendar saved in WLD Teachers Team (also saved in WLD Staff Team under CPD). There are lots of free webinars and other courses to look at, if you feel that you have the time or circumstances allow you to do so.
Continue to make use of the video CPD sessions stored in the same Team here.
CPD Cascaded by Our Staff
This resource links to our acronym REMOTE and contains practical advice and resources. It is saved here.
FROM PREVIOUS WEEKS!
Teams CPD from LCH
Below is a link to a YouTube video that shows useful formatting tips when messaging students and staff or announcing new work/important events within a channel.
Subject Knowledge Enhancement
Society for Education and Training
They are offering a wide range of free CPD webinars on a range of topics, from behaviour to well-being. Have a look here if you are interested…
Posted by Rachel Long
Category: Teaching and Learning Digests