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Guidance on Disseminating Training to Other Staff for RE Subject Leaders£CALL Out of stock
Nine ways to support a new primary beginner teacher in Religious Education / Religion and Worldviews
Nine ways to support a new primary beginner teacher in Religious Education / Religion and Worldviews£CALL Out of stock
Establishes that effective questioning helps pupils understand the lesson better as they have to articulate the learning themselves, demands deeper thinking and helps to link prior knowledge. Unit 7: Questioning (2004). Generic guidance.£CALL Out of stock
Explores effective modelling where pupils meet higher standards, are able to work more independently, employ a wide range of skills and thus further consolidate these skills. Unit 6: Modelling (2004). Generic guidance.£CALL Out of stock
Considers the positive effect interactive starters have on focussed, universal and productive learning into focus. Considers the positive effect of interactive plenaries which consolidate learning, demand reflection and raise learning questions for the next lesson.£CALL Out of stock
Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 4: Lesson Design for Inclusion
Focuses on pupils who run the risk of exclusion in the classroom. Ways of identifying and meeting their specific needs are considered, with the overall aim being their equal chance of success and belonging.£CALL Out of stock
Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 3: Lesson Design for Lower Attainers
Focuses on effective teaching of pupils who make slow progress. Explores the ways appropriate pedagogies can support these pupils by addressing the skills they lack. Considers emotional/ behavioural as well as academic issues.£CALL Out of stock
Establishes that a successful lesson contains discrete learning episodes, employs a variety of pedagogical techniques and contains opportunities for praise and reflection.£CALL Out of stock
Establishes what is required of a successful lesson design, such as clarity of aims and engagement in learners. Unit 1: Structuring learning (2004). Generic guidance.£CALL Out of stock
This set of guides is for teachers and school leaders who wish to improve an institution's teaching and learning. The techniques suggested are tried and tested; they draw on both academic research and the experience of practising teachers.£CALL Out of stock
Unit 20: Classroom Management (2004). Generic guidance.£CALL Out of stock
Unit 19: Learning styles (2004). Generic guidance.£CALL Out of stock
Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 18 Improving the Climate for Learning
Focuses on how a positive and supportive classroom climate maximises pupil success. Such a climate is free from bullying, is fun yet orderly, is dynamic and enjoyable and is a space in which all pupils feel safe to try things out.£CALL Out of stock
Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and Learning in Secondary Schools - Unit 17: Developing Effective Learners
The aim of this unit is to develop pupils as independent, reflective and collaborative learners. Unit 17: Developing effective learners (2004). Generic guidance.£CALL Out of stock
Leading in Learning refers to a systematic programme for teaching the five National Curriculum thinking skills. This unit argues for the importance of teaching thinking skills and the idea that these skills equip pupils for life.£CALL Out of stock
This unit considers not just the technical expertise to use certain computer programmes, but the capacity to select the appropriate programme for the task in hand.£CALL Out of stock